Where you can buy the Duchess of Cambridge's St Patrick’s Day green jacket
The Duchess of Cambridge chose a fabulous green jacket to celebrate St Patrick’s Day and we want it too!
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The Duchess of Cambridge looked fantastic in a stunning green blazer that you can purchase!
• The Duchess of Cambridge has donned a stunning green jacket to celebrate St Patrick’s Day
• The Duchess of Cambridge joined Prince William in a Paddy’s Day tribute for the Irish Government
• This comes after Royal news that Fans say Meghan and Harry are to thank for the extra bank holiday next year
The Duchess of Cambridge and her husband Prince William joined other world leaders, such as Jacinta Arden and Joe Biden, to wish the Irish government a Happy St Patrick’s Day.
Prince William tried his hand at speaking in Irish Gaelic and said, "'Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh," Kate then translated and said, "Happy St Patrick's Day." The royal couple then joked that Kate had the easier phrase to say.
During this message, Kate wore a gorgeous green jacket that fans went wild for. Following this video, many demanded to know where she bought her stunning jacket. One fan asked, “The Duchess is even more beautiful in green.” Another commented, “I love that jacket!”
So if you have been wondering where you can get your hands on her emerald jacket, don’t stress! We have the answer - and is a high street retailer!
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Kate’s jacket is from Zara and costs £59.99. Zara describes the jacket as an apple green blazer "with a lapel collar and long sleeves, front welt pockets with flaps and double-breasted front with metal pockets."(opens in new tab)
Unfortunately, the item has proved extremely popular, and the only size left on the website is large. Fortunately, Zara stocks a similar colour jacked that has that same cropped look.
Although this jacket doesn't have the same pattern or double-breasted style, it's still a semi-formal jacket in the same shade that exudes that same royal elegance as Kate's Zara jacket.(opens in new tab)
Whistles also sell a double-breasted green jacket in a similar style. The jacket is the same bright, bold green as the Duchess' but is made out of lightweight linen, perfect for the upcoming warmer weather.
The jacket is currently on sale for £89, down from £130. The brand describes the jacket on the website, "Our latest blazer is tailored from lightweight linen and is designed with contrasting buttons through a double-breasted front. Complete the suit with the matching trousers this season, or dress it down with jeans and trainers."(opens in new tab)
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