Kate Middleton dropped the working girl outfit for a more chic and classic style this Monday, April 25. The Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise appearance with her husband Prince William for Anzac Day, a day commemorating the involvement of Australian and New Zealand troops in the First World War. All dressed in white, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis had opted for an ivory coat-dress signed Alexander McQueen, dressed with a poppy brooch, symbol of Anzac Day and associated with black pumps Gianvito Rossi, a headband in tweed and a handbag. This faultless is all the more one that Kate Middleton has recycled a look already worn in the past. This dress, Kate Middleton had worn it for the first time for a very symbolic date: the baptism of her daughter, Princess Charlotte, celebrated on July 5, 2015.
This is not the first time that Kate Middleton has dug into old pieces of her dressing room to honor commemorations and official visits. And where some may fish to give their pieces a second life, the 40-year-old Duchess pulls it off perfectly, all effortlessly (at least that’s the impression she gives).