Kate Middleton turns heads in jazzy earrings and iconic camel coat

Kate Middleton visits nursing home in Slough

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Kate Middleton, 41, stepped out today in Slough, dressed in her usual jumper and trouser combination. The Princess of Wales wore her Max and Co. camel coat, paired over a navy outfit.

Kate wore her Lara roll-neck jumper by Hobbs today.

The navy roll neck is made from 100 percent merino wool in a fine gauge knit with slight ribbing. It features three gold buttons on the sleeve.

The Princess paired these with her High Waisted Sport Luxe Trousers in navy blue by Jigsaw.

The wide-leg trousers are described as “puddle pants” by some fashionistas.

Kate first wore the long blue trousers during a visit to RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus in 2018.

The stylish wide-leg trousers look fantastic on Kate. She often pairs them with navy heels and a long coat, as she has done today.

They feature a wide waistband, belt loops and welt pockets. The fabric is woven from a soft, breathable viscose mix that contains a hint of stretch.

The trousers appear to have a slightly flared shape. John Lewis stocked the blue trousers for £130.

The high-end department store described them as “perfectly embody[ing] relaxed tailoring”.

Over Kate’s navy blue jumper and trousers, she wore one of her favourite coats.

The Princess opted for her Max and Co. Longrun Coat, which is a long wool coat with a tailored collar and self-tie belt.

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This coat is always compared to Meghan Markle’s camel coat collection, seeing as camel is one of her favourite colours.

To accessorise, Kate carried her Polène Paris ‘Numéro Sept’ (No 7) Mini Bag in Blue Grain Leather.

This bag retails for a whopping $360, or roughly £297 in British Sterling.

The description for this accessory says: “The dainty “Numéro Sept” highlights the perfect duality of leather and gold.

“Made in Spain from textured calf leather, the structured mini bag features a flap front with a gold clasp.

“Two carry options are available via the chain shoulder strap and a removable top handle.”

The Princess of Wales also appeared to be wearing a blue belt. It features a croc print and gold buckle.

Although no information on this belt exists, Kate did wear it to Liverpool on a royal engagement last month.

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