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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 paired it with an on trend colour blocking outfit, featuring navy wide leg trousers, a navy turtle neck, 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 strong regencycore vibes.
The look was finished off with a classic bouncy blow dry and minimal makeup.
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.
Get Kate’s look
Reiss Belted blindseam wool coat, £245
Stradivarius tailored belted coat, £59.50
Hush wide leg trousers, £69.00
M&S ribbed funnel neck jumper, £19.50
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