Prince William and Duchess Kate went to Ireland on a royal visit. On the second day of their visit, Kate was spotted wearing a clothing item that she’s worn before.
The coat has a neckline that fits snuggly and contrasting black buttons. The piece of clothing is an item that the royal has owned since before her 2011 wedding to William.
Prince William with his girlfriend Kate Middleton after his graduation ceremony at RAF Cranwell on April 11, 2008, in Cranwell, England | Photo: Pool/Anwar Hussein Collection/WireImage/Getty Images
In April 2008, Kate wore the coat to attend William’s graduation ceremony at Royal Air Force Cranwell airbase when they were dating. Despite having worn the coat 12 years ago, she managed to keep a modern feel to it.
She wore it with black skinny jeans, suede ankle boots, and a black and white polka-dot button-down blouse from Equipment. The Duchess of Cambridge accessorized with shamrock charm earrings by Daniella Draper, giving a nod to her host country.
Her look on Wednesday was quite similar to the one she had on in 2008. The Cambridges' were in Dublin at mental health charity.
Jigsaw’s main focus is to provide free one-on-one therapy sessions for young people aged 12 to 25. Later on, Kate and William visited a social justice charity.
Prince William and Duchess Kate visit Jigsaw during day two of their visit to Ireland on March 04, 2020, in Dublin | Photo: Facundo Arrizabalaga/Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage
The royal couple also had a chance to explore the efforts being made to foster sustainable farming for the country. On the first day of their visit to Ireland, the Duchess was seen wearing a patterned Alessandra Rich dress earlier in the day.
She then changed into a shimmering green gown called The Falconetti. The dress was made from iridescent emerald silk metallic chiffon.
The material was designed to reach a three-quarter length and the dress also features ruffles at the hem.
To celebrate the end of their first day in the country, Kate and William had a pint of Guinness. The two were hosted by the British Ambassador Robin Barnett at Dublin’s iconic Guinness Storehouse.