Look familiar? Kate Middleton recycles classic all white Alexander McQueen ensemble
Kate Middleton opted for understated elegance as she recycled a classic all-white ensemble for the commemorations marking the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele.
The Duchess of Cambridge and her husband Prince William (35) attended the service in London on Sunday, alongside Belgium's Queen Mathilde and King Phillipe and British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Kate relied on a trusty cream Alexander McQueen coat, a piece she has worn for significant occasions like her daughter Princess Charlotte's christening in 2015 and at the Trooping the Colour ceremony in 2016. As usual, she added a new twist to the ensebmel on this occasion - leaving behind the pale pink Philip Treacy hat she wore on the balcony of Buckingham Palace last time, instead opting for another recycled item - a Sylvia Fletcher fascinator.
Her oversized pearl earrings with diamond trim by Balenciaga unsurprisingly sold out after she was pictured in them yesterday, but there are
As part of her more fashion forward makeover, Kate has been introducing new designers into her wardrobe, including a signature clutch by French accessories designer Anne Grand-Clément.
The royal couple have been keeping a low profile in the last week since returning home from their tour of Poland and Germany and celebrated their son Prince George's fourth birthday last week. They are believed to have marked the occasion with close friends and family at their Norfolk estate Amner Hall.