Kate Middleton’s wardrobe has kept us happy throughout 2011 and continued to keep us smiling over the Christmas period.
On Christmas day the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in one of many planned outfits (it was rumoured she would change a whopping five times during her time at Sandringham), wearing a divine grape coloured coat by an unnamed designer, with a matching hat by Jane Corbett, to a church service at the St. Mary Magdalene Church with her new Royal family.
She finished the look with black tights and simple suede court shoes by Spanish designer Jaime Mascaró. Her discreet £1900 diamond drop earrings by Kiki McDonough were said to be a Christmas present from hubby Prince William.
But before the glamour began she was snapped on Christmas eve wearing a more casual LK Bennet jacket over a Temperley honeycomb tunic, paired with jeans (J Brand no doubt) and a pair of leather lined luxury Le Chameau wellington boots.
If you dig Kate’s off duty look you can get your hands on her tunic at Temperley’s online shop for a cool £330.
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