Kate Middleton and Prince William took a break to spend some time with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis last month. But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to fulfilling their royal duties last week, heading for Northern Ireland for a two-day trip to the country.
When Middleton arrived on Wednesday in Northern Ireland with her husband, the Duchess was absolutely gorgeous in a bright red coat by Carolina Herrera. Middleton recycled the extraordinary piece, which he wore for the first time during a visit to the MacBride Museum of Yukon History during a three-day tour in Canada in 2016. According to People, the coat is a blend of wool and cashmere and sold for $ 1,915.
Previously, Middleton has accessorised the gorgeous coat dress with a burgundy suede clutch from Mulberry and a bold pair of Tod's intense purple wide heels that retail for around $ 500. This time, however, the Duchess fashion has chosen to wear black stockings and lace-up ankle boots from LK Bennett to complete his look. Even earlier he had his hair tied in a low tail, but now he opted for his characteristic blowout bouncy.
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Meanwhile, Middleton and Prince William's trip to Northern Ireland had many highlights, such as the sneaky PDA of the couple during a football game and the duchess who revealed the adorable nickname of their only daughter.
Prince William and Middleton, or as they are known in Northern Ireland, Baron and Lady Carrickfergus, went for an official tour of Ballymena, stopped at Windsor Park Stadium in Belfast and participated in a commitment to the Empire Music Belfast Hall to celebrate the young people who brought about positive changes.