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The Duchess of Cambridge looked totally carefree and happy as she posed for new photos in her garden at the Chelsea Flower Show . Kate has designed the RHS Back To Nature Garden with the Royal Horticultural Society and award-winning landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White.
Kate Middleton at the Chelsea Flower Show . Photo : Yui Mok/Getty Images. Just as Henry David Thoreau found clarity after he retreated to the woods of Walden Pond, Kate Middleton seems to have found her place in nature … or rather, the nature of the Chelsea Flower Show in London, that is.
© @Copyright HELLO! Hello! Magazine The Duchess of Cambridge looked totally carefree and happy as she posed for new photos in her garden at the Chelsea Flower Show. Kate has designed the RHS Back To Nature Garden with the Royal Horticultural Society and award-winning landscape architects Andrée Davies and Adam White. The royal mum's aim is to encourage more children to spend time outdoors and her garden fittingly features a swing seat, a campfire and a rustic den, similar to one used by Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at their country home, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk.
Kate has designed the RHS Back To Nature Garden
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THE Duchess of Cambridge really got into the swing of things as she unveiled a new garden.Mum-of-three Kate , wearing blue jeans, a grey shirt and walking boots, swung Kate Middleton 's ‘Back to Nature Garden’ at the Royal Horticultural Society will be unveiled at the Chelsea Flower show .
GALLERY: Kate takes her children to the Chelsea Flower Show . George and Charlotte are also understood to have climbed up into the treehouse of the garden during the 45 minute visit on Sunday afternoon. They and Prince Louis all helped to collect moss, leaves and twigs to decorate the garden
© Provided by Hola S.L. – Hello Magazines kate-middleton-at-chelsea-flower-show-gardening The garden forms part of Kate's ongoing work on early childhood development and her mission to support efforts that give every child the best possible start in life. Next week marks one year since the Duchess and The Royal Foundation established an expert steering group on early years, to advise her on what more needed to be done to better support all children in Britain.
Ahead of the garden being unveiled at Chelsea Flower Show, Kensington Palace released some gorgeous photos of Kate planting it on Wednesday. "I believe that spending time outdoors when we are young can play a role in laying the foundations for children to become happy, healthy adults," said the Duchess, ahead of the big reveal. The pictures show her enjoying the garden, working hard on its creation and even paying a sweet tribute to the late Princess Diana with a photograph of forget-me-nots, her favourite flower. Both William and Harry use the pretty blue flowers as a subtle way to involve their mother in moments close to their hearts. Only last week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a photograph of baby Archie's foot, with forget-me-nots in the background.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shared some new fun family photos of them with their three children in The finished garden will be unveiled in full at the Chelsea Flower Show in London this week. The queen and members of the royal family will visit to tour the gardens and see displays.
Chelsea Flower Show wows with a royal treehouse and climate change garden. Catherine , Duchess of Cambridge , shows Queen Elizabeth II around the LONDON — The Chelsea Flower Show — the most prestigious, most over-the-top floral exhibition in the world — opened Tuesday with a visit from
The Duchess is encouraging children to play outdoors
Kate also thanked her steering group for their findings. In a letter, she wrote: "Through our work, you have reaffirmed my belief of just how timely it is to focus on what happens in the early years of life, and how pivotal a stage of life this is for a child’s future."
She continued: "Understanding that our brain develops to 90 per cent of its adult size within these first five years helps crystallise how our experiences in these earliest years are so impactful, and influences who we become as individuals. What happens in our early years is vital to our being able to engage positively in school, and in work and society, and ultimately, to how we bring up our own children." © Provided by Hola S.L. – Hello Magazines kate-middleton-garden-forgetmenots
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released photos showing their children playing in the garden yesterday. A cheerful Kate waved as she left the Chelsea Flower Show following her visit. Kate has made 'early years' intervention one of the cornerstones of her work after seeing how so many
Kate Middleton wore brown wide-legged trousers and a white blouse for today's visit to the Chelsea Kate 's involvement with the 2019 RHS garden at the Chelsea Flower Show was first revealed Princess Charlotte didn't need help from Mum or Dad as she took to the swing on her ownCredit: PA
Kate's involvement with the 2019 RHS Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show was first revealed earlier in the year. Kensington Palace said at the time the garden would help "inspire families to get outside and explore nature together". The message continued: "The garden hopes to trigger memories of time spent in nature, and encourage others to go out and create new experiences in the great outdoors."
Pictures: Kate Middleton: Style File
Kate Middleton's most stylish looks
Prince William and Kate attended the Easter Mattins Service at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on April 1, 2018. Kate opted for a simple but chic look with a dark coat, giant pearl earrings and pin, plus a brown hat adorned with a big bow.
Click through to see how the look compares to her most stylish fashion moments...
The Duchess of Cambridge rewore a coat from favourite British designer Goat while making an appearance at a SportsAid event at the Olympic Park. Kate also wore a floral Hobbs top and black trousers.
Kate, along with Prince William, attended the 2018 Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on March 12, 2018 in London, England. The pregnant duchess looked elegant in a navy blue coat and dress by luxury label Beulah London, which she paired with sparkling earrings and a brooch, and a wide-brimmed navy blue hat by Lock and Co. along with a Jimmy Choo Celeste clutch and blue suede shoes.
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Kate Middleton has been photographed posing on a rope swing in her Chelsea Flower Show garden aimed at encouraging children to get ‘back to nature’. The Duchess of Cambridge said spending time outdoors can help children grow up to become ‘happy, healthy adults’. She added it is
This week, at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show , Kate Middleton debuted her Back to Nature Garden. The Duchess of Cambridge helped design the new garden Kate also shared a sweet Instagram post and a photo of herself smiling on a swing in honor of the Back to Nature Garden's debut.
Kate stepped out in a Seraphine maternity dress to open Place2Be's new headquarters in London on March 7, 2018. She paired blue lace maternity dress with her black Stuart Weitzman pumps and Mulberry Bayswater clutch bag. Her sapphire and diamond drop earrings completed the blue tonal ensemble.
Kate visited Pegasus Primary School in Oxford, north of London, on March 6, 2018, to learn more about the work of the charity Family Links. She wore a recycled cream JoJo Maman Bébé princess line maternity coat, which she'd worn on a visit to the set of Downton Abbey when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte; along with brown heels teamed with a matching clutch bag, and Annoushka Pearl and Kiki Diamond hoop earrings.
Freezing temperature notwithstanding, the Duchess put on a glamorous display as she visited the National Portrait Gallery.
Showing off her growing bump, Kate wore a floaty floral frock by Orla Kiely with her favourite blush suede heels. She accessorised the look with Kiki McDonough amethyst and pink tourmaline earrings and a blush Jimmy Choo clutch with glittery hardware.
Kate wore a Seraphine royal blue tailored maternity dress for her speech as she attended the first annual Royal Foundation Forum held at Aviva on February 28, 2018 in London, England.
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The Duchess wore blue Jenny Packham matching dress and coat as she visited the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, in London, UK on February 27, 2018.
In a black-and-white lace Erdem dress with floral patterns and scalloped edged flounced cuffs, the Duchess of Cambridge hosted stars from the fashion world at Buckingham Palace on February 19, 2018. Kate has donned Erdem on several recent occasions, including a royal tour of Sweden.
Kate wore a dark forest green gown by British designer Jenny Packham to the Baftas following weeks of speculation over whether she would wear black in a public show of support for Hollywood's stance against sexual harassment.
The empire line dress was complemented by a dazzling emerald necklace and earrings. She accessorised with a black bow above her bump, matching her shoes and clutch handbag.
The Duchess of Cambridge in a Goat coat and Stuart Weitzman heels while opening the Action On Addiction Community Treatment Centre in Wickford, England, on Feb. 7, 2018.
Kate along with William, arrived to watch junior ski jumpers from Norway's national team take off from the Holmenkollen ski jump in Oslo, Norway, on February 2, 2018, the final day of their tour of Scandinavia. She wore a white and orange stripe 'Duana' jacket by Norwegian brand KJUS and teamed it with black jeans and Sorel 'Torino' snow boots, and a white hand-knitted beanie by Barts - an Amsterdam-based brand.
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Kate and William visited Hartvig Nissen School in Oslo, Norway, which was the location for the hugely successful Norwegian television programme 'Skam' on February 2, 2018, the final day of their tour of Scandinavia. Kate wore a double breasted Dolce & Gabbana coat and paired it with her classic black accessories - Tod's suede block heels and Mulberry bayswater clutch bag.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, won praise for her wardrobe of beautiful, bump-friendly coats and dresses during her pregnancies with Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Fashion fans and fellow mothers-to-be are keen to see how Kate styles out her pregnancy the third time around.
In a flowing gown by Alexander McQueen for a dinner at the Royal Palace in Oslo, Norway, on Feb. 1, 2018.
In a Seraphine dress for a lunch hosted by The King and Queen of Norway in Oslo on Feb. 1, 2018.
In a Catherine Walker coat at the Oslo Gardermoen Airport in Norway on Feb. 1, 2018.
In a patterned velvet Erdem dress, Ida Sjöstedt coat and Gianvito Rossi D'Orsay heels at the Fotografiska Gallery in Stockholm, Sweden, on Jan. 31, 2018.
In a Catherine Walker coat, Tod's shoes, McQueen dress and a Chanel bag, during a visit to the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, on Jan. 31, 2018.
In a silk Erdem floral-printed gown at a dinner hosted by the British ambassador in Stockholm, Sweden, on Jan. 30, 2018.
Kate, along with Prince William, visited the Swedish royal family on January 30, 2017, where she wore an all green Burberry coat and Eugenia Kim faux fur pom pom hat and a Mulberry handbag.
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Kate visited Roe Green Junior school in London,on January 23, 2018, to launch a mental health website. She flaunted a blue Sportmax overcoat with a printed Beulah London scarf, Rupert Sanderson heels, a suede clutch, and sapphire earrings to match her G Collins & Sons pendant.
Kate flaunted a pink Mulberry coat with Tod's pumps in suede and a Mulberry Bayswater clutch at the Coventry Cathedral during their visit to the city on January 16, 2018 in Coventry, England.
Kate stepped out in a striking grey, high-breasted LK Bennett coat at the Children’s Global Media Summit on Wednesday, December 6, 2017. She wore a more cheerful red dress by Goat underneath that skimmed her bump, teaming the outfit with black heals, silver drop earrings and a black clutch bag. Kate's wavy hair complemented her no-makeup look.
The Duchess dressed for changing UK weather in a turtleneck jumper by Temperley, a Barbour jacket and her trusted brown boots while visiting the Robin Hood Primary School in London, U.K., on Nov. 29.
Kate chose to fashion Princess Diana in a printed shirt dress by Kate Spade during her visit to the Foundling Museum in London on Nov. 28.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked absolutely stunning at the Royal Variety Performance 2017 at the London Palladium in Central London. She wore an ice blue embellished Jenny Packham gown.
Kate cut a sporty figure as she swapped a formal dress and heels for the season's side-stripe trend during a visit to the Lawn Tennis Association at National Tennis Centre. Kate paired her
Monreal London side panel track pants with a black zip-up jacket over a white polo top and £170 Nike trainers.
She was the epitome of casual chic in a blue designer blazer, skinny jeans and low-heeled boots as she attended the graduation ceremony for more than 150 Coach Core apprentices at London Stadium in a surprise visit on October 18. Kate looked sleek in the combination with a polo neck. What caught our eye though? Her dainty heart-shaped earrings.
Wearing a peach Orla Kiely dress, a visibly pregnant Duchess of Cambridge debuted a new shorter hairstyle as she joined William and Harry at a kids’ charity event at Paddington Station on October 16, 2017. The highlight of the appearance? Kate dancing with Paddington Bear - the beloved children’s book character.
Everyone got the first glimpse of a pregnant Kate after an early September reveal when she attended a reception at Buckingham Palace on October 10, 2017.
She wore a light blue Temperley dress for the occasion. The £795 midi-length blue lace number with a high collar is inspired by the types of ruffles you might see in an Elizabethan portrait. The waistband made it a canny choice, in this instance, as it is high enough to sit just above the Duchess’s slight bump.
Kate visited The Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace on August 30, 2017 in London, England wearing a vibrant green floral Prada dress with a pussy bow. She complemented the knee-length outfit with dainty green earrings and nude stilettos.
In the Alexander McQueen coat dress she wore at Princess Charlotte's christening in 2015, accessorised with a Sylvia Fletcher hat and Anne Grand-Clément shoes, at the Last Post ceremony marking the Battle of Passchendaele on July 30, 2017, in Ypres, Belgium.
In a long sleeves Emilia Wickstead dress, teamed with Anya Hindmarch clutch, at the International Maritime Museum in Hamburg, Germany on July 21, 2017.
In a printed Markus Lupfer dress paired with a chain belt, pearl bracelets and Prada heels during a reception at Berlin's Clärchens Ballhaus on July 20, 2017, in Germany.
In a Jenny Packham dress during a visit to the German Cancer Research Institute in Heidelberg, Germany on July 20, 2017.
In an off-the-shoulder gown by Alexander McQueen and Prada heels during a birthday party honoring the Queen at the British ambassador's residence in Berlin, Germany, on July 19, 2017.
In a button-up pleated coat by Catherine Walker & Co at Berlin Tegel Airport on July 19, 2017, in Berlin, Germany.
In a two piece floral ensemble by Erdem during a visit to the Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre on July 18, 2017, in Gdansk, Poland.
In a knee-length dress by Polish designer Gosia Baczynska, accessorized with a pearl necklace and earrings, at the Queen's Birthday Garden Party in Warsaw, Poland, on July 17, 2017, during a visit to the country.
Kate stood out in the monochrome outfit at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) on Day One of the Wimbledon Championships. Kate opted for a Dolce & Gabbana polka dot dress, and ditched her regular nude heels and clutch for trendy black sandals and tote bag by Victoria Beckham.
She also recently went for the chop and revealed a much shorter hair style.
All eyes were on Kate when she arrived at the Victoria and Albert Museum to officially open its new exhibition gallery in London on June 29, 2017. She wore a £1,790 Grosgrain-trimmed cotton-blend tweed dress by Gucci which featured a monochrome pattern and red lining. She paired her mini dress with black high heels and a bright red clutch bag.
Kate's outfit for day one of Royal Ascot in London on June 20, 2017 was exactly similar to her D&G ensemble she wore for the same event last year. Kate looked stunning in a white high-neck lace dress by British designer Alexander McQueen for £4,463. She completed her look with diamond drop earrings, nude heels and a matching clutch.
In an Alexander McQueen pleated hem pink skater dress paired with a Jane Taylor hat at the annual Trooping The Colour parade on June 17, 2017, in London, U.K.
Kate opted for a nautical-inspired outfit for her recent royal engagement to the 1851 Trust Roadshow, Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre in London on June 16, 2017. She wore a white top, tailored Zara blazer and cropped navy trousers by J Crew. She finished her look with tweed-heeled loafers and gold three hoop earrings.
Kate does it again! The outfit she stepped out in on May 22, 2017 to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in London sold out online in the blink of an eye.
The Rochas Pre-Fall dark green midi dress featured patterns of white flowers, slashed shoulder sleeves and pleated skirt with a cinch around the waist. She completed her look with nude pumps and Monica Vinader earrings. This was her first appearance after sister Pippa's wedding (on May 20).
In a bespoke Alexander McQueen dress coupled with a Jane Taylor fascinator as she attends her sister Pippa Middelton's wedding in Englefield, U.K., on May 20, 2017.
In a cream knitted Chloé dress during the Buckingham Palace tea party in London, U.K. on May 13, 2017.
Kate stepped out in a pastel blue shade for her Luxembourg visit to the MUDAM (Musze d'Art Moderne) to commemorate the 150th anniversary 1867 Treaty of London. She opted for a princess style coat by her favourite British designer Emilia Wickstead. She teamed her outfit and voluminous hair with nude Rupert Sanderson heels and matching lattice patterned clutch.
In a floor-length lace dress by Temperley London during the Portrait Gala fundraiser at National Portrait Gallery in London, U.K., on March 28, 2017.
In a skirt suit from Eponine London paired with Gianvito Rossi pumps in Praline and nude clutch bag by L.K. Bennett at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, London on March 23, 2017.
In a tweed coat and black leather belt – both Chanel – and Tod’s fringed leather pumps on the second day of her tour in France on March 18, 2017.
She adopted three different looks on March 17, 2017: (L) In a black bouclé midi frock by Alexander McQueen paired with Gianvito Rossi d'Orsay ankle strap pumps with a bow detail belt and pearl jewelry at the reception at British Embassy in Paris; (C) in a custom double-breasted green coat dress with a black velvet trim on the collar, cuffs and pockets by Catherine Walker with coordinating Gianvito Rossi shoes and Sylvia Fletcher hat at the annual Irish Guards' St Patrick's Day Parade in West London; (R) in a sparkling ice blue gown by Jenny Packham accessorized with silver clutch and pumps while attending a dinner at the British Embassy in Paris.
In a blue twill piece from Michael Kors, paired with tanzanite set of earrings and pendant by G. Collins & Sons, Stuart Weitzman Muse clutch, a pair of coordinating blue gloves with bows on cuffs and Tiffany drop-brim hat from Lock & Co., at the official unveiling of the Iraq and Afghanistan memorial in central London, U.K., on March 9, 2017.
In an glittering lace number by Erdem paired with Oscar de la Renta shimmery heels and Anita Dongre drop earrings during a reception to mark the launch of the UK-India Year of Culture 2017 at Buckingham Palace, London on Feb. 27, 2017.
In a magenta Paule Ka skirt suit paired with Stuart Weitzman HalfNHalf boots at the Caerphilly Family Intervention Team on Feb. 22, 2017, in Caerphilly, UK.
In an Alexander McQueen bardot-style dress paired with a clutch from the same designer and sparkling drop earrings at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 12, 2017.
In a purple Oscar de la Renta skirt suit accessorized with a Mulberry Bayswater clutch bag and Mappin & Webb Empress earrings at Guild of Health Writers Conference with Heads Together in London on Feb. 6, 2017.
In a red Luisa Spagnoli skirt suit paired with a black suede Mulberry Bayswater clutch bag and black Gianvito Rossi heels at Mitchell Brook Primary School as part of the Heads Together campaign in London on Feb. 6, 2017.
Kate arrived at East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) in Quidenham, as it continues fundraising for a new purpose-built hospice in Norfolk on January 24, 2017. The Duchess of Cambridge brightened up the cold Norwich day in this emerald green Hobbs suit. To compliment her look, she went for black heels, matching clutch and her favourite earrings.
Kate returned to one of her favourite designers, Alexander McQueen, as she joined the royals to honour Britain's Olympians and Paralympians.
The Duchess looked patriotic in a poppy print dress with long-sleeves that was cinched in at the waist. She paired the outfit with matching scarlet suede heels and a clutch bag.
Kate Middelton looked far from Autumnal as she stepped out in this dusty pink floral outfit during a special event to mark World Mental Health Day on October 10, 2016. The £428 dress from New York-based designer Kate Spade, which has now sold out, was teamed with her £450 Gianvito Rossi suede pumps and £185 LK Bennett Nina clutch bag. The Duchess attended the event in London with husband William and Prince Harry as they represented their charity campaign, Heads Together.
For the last day of her Royal Tour of Canada, Kate was seen with Princess Charlotte in a bespoke cream-coloured Catherine Walker coat dress worth around £3,000 for their departure at Victoria Harbour seaplane terminal on October 1, 2016. She added a touch of shimmer her simple outfit with a maple leaf brooch and nude LK Bennett heels worth £195. Princess C looked pretty in her floral printed white frock paired with a maroon cropped sweater and matching shoes.
Kate went for a more casual look from H&M and Zara at the social care charity in Victoria during the Royal Tour of Canada on October 1, 2016. She opted for a white off-the-shoulder H&M top for £12.99, black skinny jeans (£29.99) and white blazer (£53) from Zara and £278 worth tweed block heels by J. Crew.
Kate impressed the people of Canada by steering the tall ship, Pacific Grace, with members of the Sail and Life Training Society, at Victoria Inner Harbour during the Royal Tour of Canada on October 1, 2016. She opted for a heavy £350 worth parka from Troy London with black skinny jeans and trainers worth £50 by Superga.
Kate turned heads at the Haida Heritage Centre and Museum at Kaay Llnagaay on the island of Haida Gwaii, British Columbia during the Royal Tour of Canada on September 30, 2016 in this classy olive green ensemble. She paired her white £79 blouse by Temperley with an olive green blazer (£350) by Canadian designer Smythe Les Vests and her R. Soles brown cowboy boots.
Kate turned heads in her crisp white dress as she attended the children's party for Military families at Government House with her family during the Royal Tour of Canada on September 29, 2016. The dress had lace patterns on the top half with ruffle neck and full-sleeves, and was cinched at the waist. She paired her £320 Chloé dress with £13.50 nude shoes and £2,200 Kiki McDonough diamond leaf earrings.
On the fifth day of the Royal Tour to Canada, Kate opted for a grey £707 cardigan by Sentaler for a visit to the steam train in Carcros on September 28, 2016. She paired her outerwear with black skinny jeans and her brown R.Soles cowboy boots.
The Duchess of Cambridge braved the chilly weather in Canada to wear a red Carolina Herrera coat for her arrival at the MacBride Museum of Yukon History.
She accessorized the wool and cashmere blend coat dress with a burgundy suede clutch by Mulberry.
Kate turned heads in a bespoke emerald green Dolce & Gabbana dress when she arrived to tour the University of British Columbia's campus in Kelowna, Canada.
Kate competed the elegant look with an L.K. Bennett nude clutch bag and heels on Day 4 during the royal tour with Prince William and their kids.
The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a scarlet cocktail dress in her most glamorous outfit so far during the royal family's tour to Canada.
Kate, 34, wore a £1,000 red dress by London fashion label Preen for a reception at British Columbia's Government House in Victoria, paired with same colour pumps.
With its nipped-in waist, draped off-shoulder neckline and full skirt, the dress evoked a chic, mid-century silhouette.
For the second time since touching down in Canada on Saturday night she wore The Queen's diamond Maple Leaf Brooch, paying tribute to her host nation's symbol through her jewellery.
Kate proved to be a master of casual chic yet again as she and William arrived at the Great Bear Rainforest in Bella Bella, Canada.
The Duchess paired a tailored cream jacket from Holland and Holland with black skinny jeans from one of her favourite high street shops, Zara, and a pair of brown knee-high boots.
When it came to her jewellery, she chose to champion a Canadian designer, opting for sparkling earrings from Pippa Small. It was her only choice of accessory, with the Duchess choosing not to carry a clutch or handbag.
The duchess certainly impressed one and all In a red and white two-tiered dress from Alexander McQueen's Resort 2017 collection. She matched the dress with bright red L.K. Bennett heels and a Miu Miu clutch in Vancouver, Canada during the royal tour to the country on Sept. 25, 2016.
The Duchess of Cambridge managed to steal the show in a Jenny Packham dress, a Lock & Co. fascinator with maple leaves, the queen's maple leaf diamond brooch and Gianvito Rossi pumps in Victoria, Canada on Sept. 24, 2016.
Kate Middleton certainly made an impact in Essex as she arrived with Prince William on another leg of their Heads Together mental health campaign tour. The Duchess wore a polka-dot blue Altuzarra dress with a v-neck and a thigh-split down one leg. She paired the outfit with her trademark nude court shoes and a box clutch.
The Duchess of Cambridge once again won the hearts and minds of the British public when she wore a totally affordable pair of £19 skinny ankle-length printed pants from Gap with a white top during her visit to the Isles of Scilly on September 2, 2016.
Kate Middleton arrived in Cornwall wearing a blush pink skater dress with loose curls and neutral wedge heels. The Duchess chose the girlish shade ahead of a romantic night staying in a 500-year-old haunted mansion with Prince William. The nine-bedroom house, called Restormel Manor, is rumoured to be the resting place of 1,000 soldiers from the English Civil War. According to legend, the ghosts of the cavalry can be heard galloping through the surrounding woods at night.
Glowing Kate Middleton showed off her holiday tan in a red skater dress and nude high heels on 25 August 2016. The Duchess, who was on royal duties in London with Prince William, paired the look with a swept-back semi-up-do and a nude box clutch.
Kate Middleton was back on royal duties and looking better than ever following a luxurious holiday in France with Prince William, George and Charlotte. The Duchess glowed as she arrived for a series of mental health-related events in Luton wearing a floral midi-dress by high street retailer LK Bennett.
On finals day of at Wimbledon 2016, Kate was seen wearing a short-sleeved printed dress by Alexander McQueen. The white frock featured a unique print of various images, including flowers, butterflies, roses, lips and some edgy skulls. She paired the look with a cream clutch, black sunglasses and statement gold drop earrings.
Kate attended SportsAid's 40th anniversary dinner in London on June 9, 2016 in this stylish blue gown. For the charity event, she opted for £2,100 Roland Mouret gown with trendy cutout shoulders and angled cutline. To complete her look, she wore hoop earrings, heels by Gianvito Rossi and pretty black clutch.
Kate showed off her long legs in this Stella McCartney blue dress during a visit to the Royal International Air Tattoo at the world's largest military airshow 'RAF Fairford' with son Prince George. She chose cream heels with a navy blue jacket by Smythe.
Thrifty Kate struck again, this time recycling a less thrifty £950 Roksanda SS14 dress for a day at the tennis. True to form, she aced Wimbledon style in the form-fitting lemon number, which she teamed with a boxy white handbag and a pair of nude court shoes.
Kate arrived for a dinner at the Natural History Museum in London on July 6, 2016 wearing a white stretch-jersey dress by Brazilian designer Barbara Casasola. The Duchess channelled the off-the-shoulder trend in the £850 frock, completing her look with a white clutch and nude strapped heels.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the official service commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme in a cream lace peplum dress accessorised with pearl earrings, black heels and clutch and a favourite hat by Lock & Co: an elegant look for a solemn occasion.
Kate dressed to match the sombre mood in monochrome as she attended part of a military-led vigil to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Battle of the Somme at the Thiepval memorial to the Missing on June 30, 2016. She opted for a Missoni coat, which sells for around £2,900, with a black pencil skirt and vintage-looking pillbox hat. She completed her look with pearl earrings, a black clutch and matching heels.
Kate attended East Anglia's Children's Hospices' gala dinner in King's Lynn on June 22, 2016 in recycled Jenny Packham gown she wore more than five years back to ARK gala dinner in Kensington Palace. Her sophisticated and elegant hairdo complimented the pearlescent rose sequin gown embellished with Swarovski crystals. She completed her look with nude peep-toes, nude clutch, and diamond drop earrings and a thick bracelet.
Kate made her debut to the Royal Ascot 2016 on June 15, 2016 in this amazing white lace dress by Dolce & Gabbana for £3,450. This outfit is same as the one she wore to the Windsor Horse Race last month with a red Zara jacket. She completed her look with a matching Jane Taylor hat, nude heels and clutch.
Kate attended the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers' Garden Party at Hillsborough Castle on June 14, 2016 in another recycled outfit. She opted the same outfit she wore at Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall's wedding, but her unique Lock Hatters hat (some calling it a cinnamon roll) stole the show. She completed her look with a pair of nude LK Bennett heels, a matching clutch and topaz earrings.
Kate brightened the day with her gorgeous red outfit at the annual Order of the Garter Service at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on June 13, 2016. She opted for a bright red coat by Catherine Walker and a matching hat by Lock & Co. She completed her look with a red clutch, red heels and the earrings she wore to her wedding for the event. The eagle-eyed among you might have noticed Kate's worn the outfit before. She first debuted the coat during a royal tour of Canada five years previously.
Kate opted for this striking colour-block dress designed by Roksanda Ilincic for the Patron's Lunch in The Mall, central London, in honour of the Queen's 90th birthday on June 12, 2016. The blue dress had a bold coral stripe across the waist and vertical pink stripes down to the sides. To complete her look, the Duchess wore nude pumps and carried a matching clutch.
Kate looked elegant in a recycled white Alexander McQueen dress during Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday celebrations as part of the annual Trooping the Colour Parade on June 11, 2016. She however debuted a new hat - the OC 147 by Philip Treacy.
Kate wore a new Catherine Walker coatdress for the National Service of Thanksgiving commemorating the Queen’s 90th birthday at St Paul's cathedral on June 10, 2016. The dress featured white appliquéd lace detailing running the length of the dress and Kate topped off the look with a white pillbox hat by her favourite milliner Jane Taylor.
Look familiar? The Duchess of Cambridge attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace on May 24, 2016 wearing the same cream Alexander McQueen suit that she wore for Prince George’s christening in 2013. She even recycled the hat.
Kate looked fresh as a daisy as she attended the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, London. She opted for a grass-green, full-sleeved coat-style dress by Princess Diana's favourite designer, Catherine Walker. She completed her look with a pair of nude heels and a gold clutch, while her hair was tied in a half-pony.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London where she, along with the Duke of Cambridge, William and Prince Harry, launched Heads Together - their new campaign to end mental health stigma. She looked elegant in the cream full sleeves blouse by Goat and a £105 Banana Republic geometric patterned skirt in a combination of blue, teal and white colours. She opted for blue £425 Rupert Sanderson heels to complete her look. She has been photographed wearing the shoes on several official occasions - despite them costing more than most people's holidays.
Kate opted for a Alexander McQueen creation for the National Portrait Gallery event to view her new photographs in Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibition. She looked her finest dressed in from head to toe.
Kate Middleton made a welcome return to the public stage following the revelation that she was the new cover girl for British Vogue. The Duchess paid a royal visit to Hampton Court Palace wearing a grey Michael Kors dress coat to mark the official opening of a new children's play area. But it was what she was underneath the coat that really captured attentions. Kate showed off her slender limbs in a ruched Roksanda dress when she attended a charity luncheon at the Anna Freud Centre. The eagle-eyed among you may have spotted she's worn the dress before. She also announced a new member of the royal family - a pet hamster called Marvin.
The Duchess of Cambridge stole the show in her royal blue Jenny Packham gown at a Bollywood Charity Gala hosted in Mumbai, India, during day one of the royal tour to India and Bhutan. The elegant beaded floor-length dress accompanied with a sheer shawl had golden embellishments crafted in India. She completed her look with large blue-stone drop earrings by Indian designer Amrapali.
During first day of her tour, later in the day, Kate changed into a summery dress by Indian designer Anita Dongre. Kate looked more than relaxed playing cricket in this green and red pastel dress. She paired this shin-length outfit with a pair of drop earrings, black Rayban Wayfarers and nude wedges.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai, India, on day one of the royal tour to India and Bhutan. She was seen wearing a red printed Alexander McQueen outfit. Kate looked radiant in the bright-coloured blouse and skirt, which managed to highlight her lean figure. To compliment her outfit, she wore £1,495 gold earrings, £445 Gianvito Rossi court shoes and a £165 Russell & Bromley clutch.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Kensington Palace reception in London in a £498 royal blue full-length gown by Indian designer Saloni before the royal tour to India and Bhutan. Kate paired the sheer 'Mary Illusion Dot' dress with sapphire and diamond earrings.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out with husband Wills and brother-in-law Harry for a Commonwealth Day ceremony at Westminster Abbey. Her look may appear sombre, but it's actually cutting-edge designer - the (new) lace-detail coat is by Erdem, one of London's hottest fashion talents - and costs a cool £2,500. She paired it with matching grey accessories: classic pumps, and a wide-brimmed hat by John Boyd.
Kate Middleton is known for recycling her wardrobe, her eye for a bargain and conservative styling. So a few were surprised to read that the Duchess has spent £600 on the bespoke Eponine gingham to wear to the XLP youth mentoring event for disadvantaged teens in London in March 2016.
Normally, ketchup crimson and HP sauce brown would be the last shades anyone would wish to see on, well, just about anyone. But the Duchess pulled off the daring colour combination when she attended a ceremony marking the end of RAF Search and Rescue (SAR) Force operations during a visit to RAF Valley on Anglesey, Wales. She even recycled her sell-out red LK Bennett jacket for the occasion, too.
In a blue custom-made Alexander McQueen coat and a black Lock & Co. hat at the 75th anniversary of the RAF Air Cadets in London, England, on Feb. 7, 2016.
The royal beauty was seen in a green SportMax belted coat while attending a traditional Christmas day church service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, England, on Dec. 25, 2015. Her choice of accessories included a Lock and Co. hat and Aquatalia boots.
The Duchess of Cambridge was seen wearing her late mother-in-law Princess Diana's tiara while attending a diplomatic reception at the Buckingham Palace in London, England, on Dec. 8. The diamond and pearl Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara was a wedding gift to Princess Diana from Queen Elizabeth, which was originally made for Queen Mary in 1913.
In a colourful floral silk dress by Erdem for the 100 Women in Hedge Funds Gala Dinner in London on Oct. 27, 2015.
On Oct. 26, the royal beauty attended the world premiere of “Spectre” in a full length pale blue dress by Jenny Packham and Robinson Pelham earrings.
In a red Jenny Packham gown and a diamond and pearl Lotus Flower Tiara, once owned by the Queen Mother, during a state dinner at the Buckingham Palace in honour of Chinese president Xi Jinping (R), on Oct. 20, 2015.
On Sept. 25, she visited the Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust at HMP Send in Woking, wearing a tweed dress by London-based label, The Fold. The royal beauty sported a different look in her new fringe hairstyle, and completed her look with Jimmy Choo heels and a clutch bag by Hobbs.
Marking her first public appearance since the birth of her daughter, the Duchess coordinated her look with her husband's. She attended America's Cup World Series event on July 26 in Portsmouth, wearing a Breton stripe shirt with a customized Ben Ainslie Racing collection sweater by Henri Lloyd, jeans by Zara and flat slip-on from Sebago.
In an Alexander McQueen dress, with a Jane Taylor hat, for the christening of Princess Charlotte at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in King's Lynn, England, on July 5, 2015.
Here she wears a pink coat by Mulberry, while arriving at the Stephen Lawrence Centre in London on March 27.
During the St. Patrick's Day Parade at Mons Barracks, Aldershot, on March 17, she wore a black Catherine Walker coat. She completed her look with a chocolate colored Lock & Co. hat and matching gloves.
At St. Paul’s Cathedral in London on March 13, the Duchess, along with Prince Williams, attended a service to commemorate the end of the war in Afghanistan. She chose a navy blue Chiara Wool coat for the occasion.
On March 12, she wore a cream coat by maternity wear boutique Jojo Maman Bebe during her visit to the set of TV series "Downton Abbey," in west London.
In a pastel pink coat by Alexander McQueen with pearl button details, accessorized with a Jane Taylor hat, during the annual Observation for Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey in London on March 9, 2015.
Wearing a brown Hobbs dress, the Duchess attended an event hosted by The Fostering Network to celebrate the work of foster carers in providing support to vulnerable young people at Islington Council in London on Jan. 16.
In a purple-burgundy custom boucle 'Marina' coat dress by Seraphine in New York City, New York, U.S., on Dec. 7, 2014.
In a wrap dress by Jenny Packham, accessorized with Monica Vinader earrings, at the Natural History Museum in London on Oct. 21, 2014.
In a coat dress by Alexander McQueen at the St. Symphorien Military Cemetery in Mons, Belgium, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War on Aug. 4, 2014.
In a sleek pencil dress from Jaeger at National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London, on June 10, 2014.
In an Emilia Wickstead coat, paired with Jonathan Howard heels and a pillbox hat, at the ANZAC March and Commemorative Service in Canberra, Australia, on April 25, 2014.
In a blue Jenny Packham gown at the National Portrait Gallery in London on Feb. 11, 2014.
In a Roland Mouret gown, carrying a Mulberry clutch, at The Royal Film Performance of "Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom" in London on Dec. 5, 2013.
In a floor-length sleeveless sequined dress by Jenny Packham at the inaugural Tusk Conservation Awards in London on Sept. 12, 2013.
In a Dalmatian-print coat by high street store Hobbs at the Ocean Terminal in Southampton, England, on June 13, 2013.
In a pale pink Jenny Packham dress and a matching pink coat, paired with L.K. Bennett heels, at Westminster Abbey on June 4, 2013.
In a peachy-keen Tara Jarmon cotton twill coat over a nude-colored dress at Naomi House Children's Hospice in Winchester, England, on April 29, 2013.
In a blue and grey check coat by Moloh at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, Scotland, on April 4, 2013.
In a thick beige coat, teamed with a brown hat and brown suede boots, at the Cheltenham Festival in Gloucestershire, England, on March 15, 2013.
In a tartan dress and black boots at St. Andrew’s School in Pangbourne, England, on Nov. 30, 2012.
In a green belted shirt-dress by Mulberry at the Natural History Museum in London on Nov. 27, 2012.
In a gorgeous Temperley London dress at a reception and dinner in aid of the University of St. Andrews' 600th Anniversary Appeal at Middle Temple Treasury in London on Nov. 8, 2012.
In a stunning Jenny Packham dress and Jimmy Choo shoes for an Olympic Concert in London on May 11, 2012.
In a elegant Issa dress during a photo-call in London on Nov. 16, 2011.
In an Alexander McQueen dress, paired with a Jimmy Choo bag and shoes, at the BAFTA Brits To Watch Gala in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on July 9, 2011.
In a Jenny Packham golden dress at 10th annual ARK Gala Dinner at the Kensington Palace on June 9, 2011.
In a simple Issa dress and a jacket in Gloucestershire on Oct. 23, 2010.
In a printed dress and a matching jacket at the Queens Chapel in London on July 19, 2008.
In a brown skirt, boots and blue jacket during the Cheltenham Festival in Gloucestershire on March 16, 2007.
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