Kate Middleton stuns in grey Catherine Walker dress & Diana’s sapphire earrings – ‘love!’

Princes Charles, Camilla and Kate visit Trinity Buoy Wharf

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Kate Middleton accompanied her father-in-law Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall for an arts and culture exhibition at the Prince’s Foundation training site today. The site is in Trinity Buoy Wharf in east London. For the occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a beautiful grey Catherine Walker coat with a belt and black collar which she has worn quite a few times before.

This isn’t the Duchess’s first time wearing Catherine Walker, who was also a go-to designer for Kate’s late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

Kate, a proud royal outfit repeater, previously wore this coat for a visit to King’s College with the Queen in March 2019.

She also wore the coat when honouring Holocaust Memorial Day in 2020.

The pale grey garment featured long sleeves and had a black collar.

It featured a fitted bodice and a large buckled belt, and had a pleated skirt.

It’s not clear how much the garment cost, with designs on the Catherine Walker website not being posted with a price tag.

Kate teamed the look with a pair of black tights and Piper 85 suede pumps by Gianvito Rossi, which retail for £535 from Net A Porter.

The suede shoes cost £510 via the website My Theresa.

The Duchess also carried a black ‘Mulberry Small Amberley Soft Printed Croc Leather Cross Body Bag’, which is unusual for Kate who often goes to engagements with just a clutch bag, or without a bag at all.

Kate could be seen wearing sapphire earrings to perfectly match her sapphire ring, both of which previously belonged to Princess Diana.

Shortly before her marriage to Prince William in 2011, Kate received the earrings from her husband-to-be.

The Duchess of Cambridge has been seen wearing the earrings on multiple occasions, but they appear different to the versions Diana had.

Kate’s earrings are in a drop style, instead of studs, which suggests she has altered them.

Royal fans took to Twitter to express their love for Kate’s beautiful style.

One fan, @Ann06957684 wrote: “She’s so lovely.”

Another fan, @RoxanneReaction added: “I love what she’s wearing!”

Twitter user @MyLatestMusings commented saying: “Love this!

“Catherine has such a classic and great style.”

Kate was accompanying Camilla and Prince Charles for the occasion, both of whom were very smartly dressed.

Camilla stunned in a forest green blazer and knee-length skirt duo.

The Duchess of Cornwall accessorised with a white silk scarf, as well as her staple black winter boots.

Prince Charles wore a nice blue and white polka dot tie along with his navy blue blazer.

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