Kate Middleton's Easter Sunday Outfit Change

Another epic McQueen moment.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent Easter Sunday down under on the latest stop of their Australian tour. The royal couple began their day at the annual service at Sydney’s St Andrew’s Cathedral. Kate Middleton wore a dashing cornflower blue Alexander McQueen coat and grey Jane Taylor fascinator. Her hair was coiffed to perfection in her signaturate half-up knot.

Following mass, she and Prince William took Prince George to the Taronga Zoo, where they fed the animals and celebrated the opening of the Prince George Bilby Exhibit. The duchess slipped into something more comfortable for the outing — a pastel yellow eyelet dress by an independent designer with Stuart Weitzman wedges, an outfit she had worn during her royal tour of southeast Asia in 2012. Yet again, Middleton proves that there's nothing wrong with being a repeat offender.

 


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