Kate Middleton gives a subtle nod to the Imperial War Museum in 10 year old Alexander McQueen blouse

The Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out on Wednesday 10 November in London to officially open two new galleries at the Imperial War Museum – The Second World War Galleries and The Holocaust Galleries – as part of her royal duties.

Kate Middleton, 39 looked radiant as she opted for her usual elegant and formal attire.

Wearing her hair down in her usual wave, the brunette beauty stunned in a pair of navy cigarette trousers teamed with a cream and black military style blouse from Alexander McQueen accompanied by a custom made navy wool long line coat from Catherine Walker, Princess Diana's Sapphire earrings and finished off with a pair of suede navy court heels to match.

Just like the rest of the world, we’re completely obsessed with Kate Middleton’s style and one particular reason we love her so much is her effort to ensure she recycles so many of her fabulous outfits.

Since the pandemic first hit, Kate has tried hard to re-wear many of her famous looks and this outfit choice was no exception. Kate actually wore this coat just a few months ago; the Duchess stunned in this navy number during her West Midlands visit to Wolverhampton.

The Duchess of Cambridge has also recycled her blouse from 2011 when visiting The University of Birmingham from Alexander McQueen and we love to see it.

The mother-of-three is known for her impeccable style and we wouldn’t doubt for a second that the Royal would dress anything less than perfect for such an occasion.

It is tradition within the Royal Family to dress appropriately and respectfully for any event or country they are attending, for instance when visiting Ireland Kate will often sport the colour green or when visiting South Africa, she will often wear clothes by a South African designer.

The Queen believes that this enables royal duties to be fulfilled to the best degree and appropriate dressing has always been something The Queen has firmly believed in.

Kate certainly respected The Queen’s wishes today as she sported a military inspired knitted jumper to ensure she looked the part during her duties.

We can’t wait to see what the recycling queen wears next!

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