The Princess of Wales has stepped out in another flared trouser suit to visit the Streets of Growth youth outreach charity.
The charity focuses on providing outreach programmes for young people aged between 15-25 in a bid to help get them engaged with their community again.
The royal is wearing an Alexander McQueen camel suit with a Peak Shoulder Leaf Crêpe blazer and matching flared trousers, along with pointed-toe heels the same colour and a simple white t-shirt, as well as her signature blowout hairdo.
It’s very similar to the outfit she chose for a prison visit last week – another McQueen suit, that one navy with cigarette trousers, paired with a white t-shirt and matching navy heels.
Unlike today’s visit, Kate completed that look with a £1,300 Daniella Draper necklace, £2,300 Lauren Pave Diamond Leaf Drop Earrings.
Today’s look is also reminiscent of what she wore to Windsor Foodshare, a local food bank, back in January.
Then, Kate Middleton wore a matching Hobbs jumper and overcoat combo, which she paired with black wide-leg flared trousers.
She’s also previously opted for flares for a 2018 trip to Cyprus, when she paired an olive green blazer with some navy flares, and in June last year, when she wore a pair of black, slim flares and a cream jumper on a visit to a baby bank in Brent.
Alexander McQueen is a firm favourite fashion house of The Princess’s, having worn a very similar McQueen number in white for an outing at the Rugby World Cup earlier this month.
She’s also got a McQueen suit in pink, and she wore a red suit by the brand with an asymmetrical blazer for the star-studded Coronation concert in May.
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