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Kate Middleton Took Her Best Coats on the Royal Train Tour

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The Duchess of Cambridge shopped her closet for coats to wear on the Royal Train Tour.

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, wrapped up a three-day trip across the U.K. today. The royal train tour, which saw the Duke and Duchess visit England, Scotland and Wales, was a thank you to front-line workers and organizations for their service during the coronavirus pandemic. Middleton brought her fashion A game for the occasion, particularly when it came to her coats – notably, all of which she had worn on previous occasions. (Mindful shopping is a move we’ll always encourage).

See every look Kate Middleton wore on the 2020 royal train tour below.

Forest Green Alexander McQueen Coat

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Middleton kicked off the royal train tour from London’s Euston station in a forest green Alexander McQueen coat, tartan scarf and a floral face mask.

Blue Catherine Walker Coat

Kate Middleton royal train tour coats
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Middleton changed into this cornflower blue Catherine Walker coat upon arrival in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Red Alexander McQueen Coat

Kate Middleton royal train tour coats
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For a stop in Cardiff, Wales, Middleton wore a red Alexander McQueen coat and a plaid scarf.

Navy Blue Hobbs Coat

Kate Middleton royal train tour coats
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Visiting with locals in Batley, England, Middleton wore a long navy blue Hobbs coat with bright blue lining.

Green Catherine Walker Coat

Kate Middleton royal train tour coats
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For their final stop on the royal train tour, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met up with other members of the royal family – Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne and Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex at Windsor Castle for an outdoor event in honour of essential workers. Middleton wasn’t the only one to don a jewel-toned coat for the occasion: the queen wore a crimson jacket and matching hat, while Camilla wore a rich purple.

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