Once again, Kate Middleton has served us with a chic smart-casual look as she stepped out in Slough today.
The Princess of Wales rewore a £460 coat from Max&Co, previously seen last year as part of an all camel ensemble.
The longline coat is minimalist in design, featuring no buttons or hardware accents.
And while a neutral coat is somewhat of a signature look for Kate, she added on trend pops of colour with navy wide leg trousers, a navy polo, and matching handbag.
The $420 (approximately £350) structured blue bag is the work of luxury French brand, Polène Paris, and features a gold clasp and chain.
And, after her high-street £18 Zara earrings caused a frenzy at the BAFTAs over the weekend, Kate has proved she is in her ‘earring era’ with a pair of large blue and gold studs, that are giving regencycore vibes.
The royal is set to meet with staff and residents at Oxford Nursing Home, in Slough, to learn about how delivering high-quality, patient-focused care is at the centre of the home’s work.
And never one to shy away from a challenge, Kate will also be making pancakes to mark Shrove Tuesday.
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