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Every Christmas Day, Kate Middleton gifts us with another fashion moment, and this year is no different.
As is tradition, the Royal Family attended the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, Norfolk.
Kate looked super chic as she walked to the church, dressed in a dark green khaki coat and heeled boots.
The longline military coat is believed to be from iconic British designer, McQueen, and appears to be a re-wear for Kate, who was previously seen wearing it at an engagement at Bradford’s City Hall in January 2020.
The coat is no longer available to purchase.
The coat features a zip fastening and pockets on the front, and gold buttons on the wrist.
The Princess of Wales often opts for a hat to complete her Christmas Day ‘fit – this year she went for a distinctive wide-brimmed hat adorned with a feather, that looks to be a bespoke creation by famed hat designer, Philip Treacy.
The youngest Prince may have been a little chilly as he was wearing shorts.
This year’s look for Kate is a departure from her more casual outfit of 2021, when the royals shared a scaled down day at Windsor Castle, due to Covid restrictions at the time.
In keeping with the more low-key day, Kate was seen wearing a polo neck and blazer, as well as a feathered Philip Treacy hat – similar to the one she wore today.
It is likely to be an emotional day for the family, as it’s the first year they will be gathering together without The Queen, since her death in September.
The Wales family were also joined by King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla, as well as Princess Beatrice and Eugenie, Prince Andrew, Zara Philips, Mike Tindall and their oldest daughters, Mia and Lena.
After the church service, they usually enjoy Christmas lunch together.
Shop the look
Kate’s coat isn’t available anymore, but these ones currently on the market offer a similar sophisticated vibe.
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Karen Millen Lydia Millen Italian Wool Longline Coat
Nailing the long-line length and deep hue, this makes for a versatile winter coat.
Phase Eight Susie Collarless Wrap Coat
In the perfect khaki/olive colour, this high neck is similar to Kate’s.