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Kate’s #RoyalTrainTour Wardrobe Prove She’s Queen Of The Rewear

48 hours, 1,250 miles, 5 chic winter coats.

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On Dec. 6, the Cambridges embarked on a mini-tour of the UK. Though senior politicians struggled to endorse the trip, the royals travelled to Scotland, England, and Wales to pay tribute to those working on the front line. Kate's ensembles reflected her practical and thrifty approach.

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Departing from London's Euston Station, the Duchess set off in a bespoke, dark green Alexander McQueen coat.
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Teamed with a tartan scarf and black gloves, the coat made its official debut in Bradford last January, and was seen again in Galway in March.
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Arriving at Edinburgh Waverley Station, Kate changed into a teal Catherine Walker coat, first worn during a tour of Norway in 2018.
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The Duchess matched her coat with sapphire and diamond earrings from Princess Diana's personal collection.
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Arriving at Batley Community Centre, Kate matched Prince William in a navy Hobbs coat, first worn in Wales earlier this year.
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Come the evening, Kate changed her top (a new jumper from Scottish brand Brora), but kept her Hobbs coat rewore her Hobbs coat to visit FareShare at Manchester's Old Smithfield Market.
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At Cardiff Castle, Kate rewore another sophisticated Alexander McQueen coat, the same one debuted in October for the launch of her Hold Still competition.
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The red McQueen coat was and paired with a tartan scarf, matching skirt, and earrings from Welsh brand Spells of Love.
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After visiting the Royal Berkshire Hospital, the Duke and Duchess headed to Windsor, to join the Queen. Kate wore a green Catherine Walker coat, which she first wore during a tour of Ireland in March.

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