Kate Middleton's red coat, worn during a trip to Cardiff in celebration of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, isn't brand new. The stunning piece, from one of her favorite brands Eponine, was worn alongside stunning gold earrings that have a connection to Cardiff.
- Kate Middleton's red coat is from UK brand Eponine, which has recently hired Cressida Bonas to front its stylish campaign.
- The stunning coat has been seen before on the thrifty royal.
- In other royal news, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi pays tribute to 'phenomenal' wife Princess Beatrice at the Platinum Jubilee 2022 Thanksgiving service
Kate Middleton's red coat is yet another example of how the thrifty, fashion-forward royal proves that you can wear things more than once. We often see Kate Middleton's dresses time and time again, and this particular garment was first seen at events promoting the release of her Hold Still photography book.
This time around, the stylish royal was out and about celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee 2022 in an official visit to Cardiff alongside her husband Prince William, Princess Charlotte, and Prince George. Although Prince Louis' sweet moment with the Queen stole the hearts of many fans - it seems that his 'cheeky' behavior means he was left at home this time!
According to an expert, the secret to Kate Middleton's glossy hair is down to a few vital tricks, and it looks like her fashion is down to a few vital labels - such as Eponine!
Eponine, founded in 2011, recently chose Prince Harry's ex Cressida Bonas to be the face of their brand. Cressida and Harry have remained great friends after their breakup, and she even attended his nuptials to Meghan Markle.
Speaking of the Sussexes, today marks a very big day in their calendar as they celebrate a certain young lady's birth. As you'd expect, the Cambridges sent Lilibet birthday wishes to celebrate her first birthday, sending a clear message that no matter what - they care a lot about the youngster.
Sadly, Kate Middleton's red coat is no longer available to buy, but her stylish earrings are. The Duchess may have chosen to wear the accessories, owing to their special significance.
The Welsh-owned brand, Spells of Love, is based in the Welsh town of Caerphilly, and is a prime example of jewelry that's stylish but doesn't break the bank.
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