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Kate Middleton Looks Lovely in Blue at Today’s Buckingham Palace Garden Party

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Kate Middleton’s style streak continues. For today’s garden party at Buckingham Palace, Kate rewored what appeared to be a light blue Ellie Saab skirt and matching top that she previously wore to the Royal Ascot in 2019.

The embroidered tulle skirt features polka dots throughout, as does the pussy-bow blouse. She also re-wore the same Philip Treacy hat that she wore to the Ascot four years ago:.

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The Prince and Princess of Wales at a Buckingham Palace garden party, 2023WPA Pool – Getty Images

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Kate at the Royal Ascot, 2019.Karwai Tang – Getty Images

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Kate appeared to have accessorized with the same shoes both times: Gianvito Rossi’s 105 metallic leather pumps, but she switched out her earrings. Today, she appears to be in Kiki McDonough blue topaz and diamond “Lola” hoops.

The events surrounding King Charles’s coronation—and the coronation itself—have been a fashion marathon for the Princess of Wales. Yesterday, she kept it casual in a blue blouse and cargo pants, and Sunday evening, for the Coronation Concert, she opted to wear a vibrant red power suit. The Princess of Wales has kept to a patriotic color palette in all her engagements over the past week, sticking to the red, white, and blue of the Union Jack flag for all her outings.

While today’s Garden Party is officially hosted by King Charles III, he is not in attendance. Prince William and Kate are there on his behalf, joined by Princess Anne, Prince Edward, the Duchess of Edinburgh, the Duke of Gloucester, and Duchess of Gloucester.

The release of the official coronation portraits taken at Buckingham Palace highlighted the senior working members of the royal family, including the seven royals who attended today’s festivities at the Palace.

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