What Kate Middleton Wore to the Royal Wedding — and Where We’ve Seen It Before
Next to bride Meghan Markle, who walked down the aisle in a minimalistic Clare Waight Keller for Givency gown with Queen Mary’s bandeau wedding tiara, all eyes were on the style of one royal wedding guest in particular: Duchess Kate.
Nearly two months to the day after leaving the hospital looking fab in a red Jenny Packham dress, Kate Middleton took her place next to Camilla Parker Bowles in the pew of St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle to watch her brother-in-law wed the former Suits actress. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a pale yellow Alexander McQueen coat dress, a Philip Treacy hat, and Jimmy Choo shoes.
In true Middleton fashion, the look was a nod to her unending resourcefulness: Her ensemble is e a look we’ve seen before — twice, in fact!
As you may recall, we first spotted the 36-year-old donning the design for Princess Charlotte’s Christening in 2015.
She rewore the gown in 2016 to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday back, waving from the royal balcony for the Trooping of the Colour.
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