Kate Middleton is always fashionable, but the Duchess of Cambridge outdid herself this year. According to the Daily Mail, she spent a whopping $160,000 on new clothes in 2017. Here are some of her most expensive outfits of the year.
On July 20, Kate attended a Rowing race in Heidelberg in a Breton top from Hugo Boss and skinny jeans.
On June 16, Kate attended the Land Rover BAR Roadshow at the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre in a new pair of J Crew trousers.
On May 3, Kate visited a Farms for City Children project, sporting a new J Crew cashmere t-shirt.
On October 31, Kate visited the National Tennis Centre in Londonin a pair of Monreal London tuxedo track pants she already owned and a new pair of Nike Air VaporMax trainers.
On April 19, Kate attended the London Marathon reception in a new Luisa Spagnoli top.
On April 6, Kate attended the Service of Hope wearing a Missoni coat and Sylvia Fletcher for Lock & Co. hat she already owned and a new Beulah London x Aspinal of London bag.
On March 10, Kate attended a UK Armed Forces Memorial unveiling in a blue-grey twill coat by Michael Kors that she already owned. She added a Lock & Co. Tiffany Drop Pin hat.
On November 22, appeared in Birmingham in a coat from Goat she already owned and a new pair of knee-high Russell & Bromley boots.
On November 28, Kate arrived at the Foundling Museum in London wearing a Kate Spade dress.
On April 20, Kate and William stopped by BBC's Radio 1 for a surprise interview. She wore a Temperley London top.
On January 9, Kate arrived at St Mary Magdalene Church a designer coat by Sportmax (which she already owned—so it doesn't count toward her 2017 total), and some new accessories—an L.K. Bennett scarf and a Lock & Co. Alpaca Fur hat.
On January 24, she visited the East Anglia's Children's Hospices in Quidenham, Norfolk wearing a Gerard Darel blouse and a Hobbs suit.
On November 8, Kate attended the Place2Be school leaders forum in a Goat dress.
On May 16, Kate attended the Buckingham Palace Garden Party in a blue Christopher Kane outfit she already owned and a new hat
On February 16, Kate visited with air cadets wearing s new Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini blazer.
On October 10, Kate attended a Mental Health Day reception at Buckingham Palace in a powder blue Temperley London.
On July 20, Kate attended a reception at Berlin's Clärchens Ballhaus
Kate dazzled in a three-strand pearl bracelet once worn by Diana. She also wore a Markus Lupfer chiffon-silk maxi, Soru earrings and carried a new clutch.
On April 20, Kate visited the new Global Academy school in west London wearing an amazing red Armani suit.
On December 6, Kate arrived at the Manchester Central Convention Centre in a Goat dress and L.K.Bennett coat.
On July 16, Kate attended Wimbledon in a Catherine Walker dress.
On February 28, Kate attended the Evelina House opening in a Rebecca Taylor dress and a Rebecca Taylor jacket.
On July 21, while traveling to Hamburg, Kate wore a custom Emilia Wickstead dress and carried an Anya Hindmarch clutch.
On January 17, Kate attended an event for the Heads Together campaign in an Erdem dress.
On July 20, Kate visited the German Cancer Research Institute and Heidelberg market in a custom Jenny Packham dress with a Russell & Bromley Curvy clutch.
On July 13, Kate appeared at the Natural History Museum in a powder blue preen dress.
On April 16, Kate attended Easter Sunday service in a custom-made cream Catherine Walker coat that she already owned. She added a Lock and Co, hat and Etui Bag.
On October 18, Kate appeared at London Stadium in a Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini blazer and Russell and Bromley boots.
On April 4, Kate attened the 42nd Street premiere in a Marchesa dress and Kate Spade earrings.
On July 3, Kate attended Wimbledon in a Dolce & Gabbana dress and Office heels.