Kate Middleton's Chic Maternity Coat Has Lasted Her a Solid 4 Years
Kate Middleton stepped out in familiar outerwear for a visit to Hornsey Road Children's Centre in London, England. The duchess's cream Goat Redgrave coat ($890) actually debuted in 2013, when she was pregnant with Prince George. While the modern version is crisp and finished with buttons to the top, Kate's iteration has a preppy Peter Pan collar, which gave her Fall look a feminine touch.
Not to be missed, however, were Kate's Russell & Bromley Half N' Half boots, a collaboration with Stuart Weitzman that are suede in the front and stretchy in the back, fit for ultimate function. We're particularly struck by the match Kate made with some of her most versatile cold-weather wear, and for that reason, we're shopping her picks. Read on for a glimpse at Kate's full ensemble, complete with a Mulberry clutch, then get to securing your own items.
Kate First Debuted Her Goat Coat in 2013
She styled it with tights accordingly for a visit to the Child Bereavement UK in March 2013, when she was pregnant with Prince George.
Today She Wore It With Her Mulberry Clutch and a Pair of Tights
Kate Capped Off Her Look With Russell & Bromley Boots
They're Part of a Collaboration With Stuart Weitzman
Gianni Feraud Slimline Mini Boucle Coat With Upturned Collar
Madden Girl Stand-Collar Walker Coat
Madden-Girl Trendy Plus Size Stand-Collar Walker Coat ($100, originally $150)