Kate Middleton Wore a Tan Coat on Christmas Day — Here's a Few Times She Dressed More Festive When it Wasn't Actually Christmas
Christmas fashion for most means lounging around in festive jammies for the entire day (and quite possibly both the preceding and following days as well). But such is not the case when you are a royal. Kate Middleton attended Christmas Day mass, but the usually impeccably dressed Duchess' choice of outfit was slightly disappointing.
Kate and Will (minus adorable Prince George) got all dressed up for Christmas mass as St. Mary Magdalene Church at Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England on December 25th, and the Duchess of Cambridge wore a tan tweed coat. The military-style coat was shin length with gold buttons, and she paired it with brown pumps and a brown suede hat. Though she of course looked gorgeous, her outfit was lacking in serious Christmas cheer. Not that I'd expect her to step out in an ugly Christmas sweater or with a giant Santa hat on or anything, but she could have been a bit more festive. Especially given the fact that Kate does festive colors so well. So to make up for her lackluster coat this year, here's a look at all the times Kate Middleton dressed like Christmas — when it wasn't actually even Christmas.
Long Red Coat
The Duchess looked festive in an LK Bennet Coat in Denmark.
Her infamous Issa dress was the perfect wintry blue.
Kate made it feel like Christmas in November with her red separates at the University of St. Andrews.
Middleton channelled Christmas colors in March.
The Duchess wore a bright green coat while in New Zealand.
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