Kate Middleton's green coat has delighted royal fans as the Duchess celebrates St Patrick's day in Aldershot.
- The Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Aldershot on March 17, to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day.
- The Duchess attended the 1st Battalion Irish Guards' St. Patrick's Day Parade in a gorgeous green coat and matching hat.
- In other royal news, the Queen's private divorce pain revealed, 'It distressed her much more than she let on.'
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a Laura Green London Coat named The Emilia for the royal engagement to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day in Aldershot. The emerald green, military-style wool coat features a structured dagger collar and epaulets held down with navy leather buttons and a matching wool buckle belt.
The coat worn by the Duchess of Cambridge is available to buy for around £3,200 (around $4,200 USD) but you may have to wait a while! Unless this item is in stock, each coat is made to order by the brand and customers may have to wait between 8 to 12 weeks.
If you don't want to wait that long or are looking for something slightly more affordable, there are some other fantastic forest green coats to help you emulate the Duchess' style.
This gorgeous coat is available in speckled hunting green military wool from Laura Green London.
The Duchess paired her coat with matching green heels and a green hat. This is a classic style tip that Kate Middleton has stolen from the Queen, who is known for her color-blocking outfits.
It is clear that this stunning green coat worn by the Duchess is another item that fans will soon be after as the daggered collar and tailored fit style, falls in line with the best coat trends of 2022.
While at this event to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a gold shamrock brooch and a real sprig of shamrock on her coat, a plant that is used as a symbol of Ireland.
A shaggy Irish Wolfhound matched the Duchess as he also wore a sprig of shamrock in his collar and a red coat to keep him toasty in the March parade.
The Irish Guard's mascot, Turlough Mor (who is also reportedly known as Séamus to his colleagues) received a stroke from the Duchess who barely had to bend down to pet the enormous dog.
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