Kate Middleton's Forest Green St. Patrick's Day Outfit Is Beyond Regal
It's St. Patrick's Day, which means a lot of us are digging some green out of our closets in a nod to the holiday. This, by the way, also includes the royals: On Saturday morning, Prince William and Kate Middleton made their annual appearance at the St. Patrick's Day parade in west London. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the 1st Battalion Irish Guards, of which William is a colonel.
Kate wore a single-breasted, deep-forest green coat with fur-trimmed collar and cuffs from Catherine Walker, one of her go-to fashion designers. It's also a coat she's worn before: We last saw Kate in it back in January during the couple's tour of Scandinavia. She paired the coat with a headpiece by Gina Foster, which she also wore back in 2014.
The duchess finished off the look with a holiday-appropriate shamrock brooch, gorgeous pair of drop earrings, and black suede pumps. It's classic and elegant—fit, in our opinion, for a princess.
Also, a dog-related PSA because we can't help ourselves: There's an adorable doggo who serves as the mascot of the Irish guard and seems to be a Kate fan, too. The Irish wolfhound's name is Domhnall, and he's become at staple at the event over the years. Let's take a minute and appreciate the good boy's hard work:
Many in the British press believe this will be one of Kate's final official appearances before she gives birth to her third child, who's due in April. But if her last two pregnancies are any indication, we'll be seeing her shortly after the new baby's birth in something equally chic. Next up, of course is Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big wedding in May—so we luckily won't be without our Kate fashion fixes for too long.
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