Kate Middleton’s Tweed Jacket Is a Royal Rewear & We Have All of the Details
If there’s one thing we’ve learned about Kate Middleton’s style, it’s that she’s a fan of tweed. We’ve seen the Duchess of Cambridge rock tweed pieces a handful of times over the years. In fact, yesterday the 39-year-old royal rewore one of her favorites that we haven’t seen since 2017.
On Thursday, the mother of three participated in a virtual chat with teachers from the Ribbon Academy in Durham in honor of Mental Health Awareness week. During the video call, she praised the teachers for their hard work during the current pandemic and urged them all to “look after themselves.”
She told the group, “I'm so passionate about all the work that teachers up and down the country are doing. You're doing a most amazing job—you're a lifeline to so many families out there, so well done. I know it takes an awful lot of effort, energy, patience, but a huge thank you for not only your time today but also for the hard work you do on a day-to-day basis for the children that you look after.”
For the occasion, Middleton dug deep into her closet and pulled out her collared, blue tweed jacket from New York-based brand, Rebecca Taylor. She topped off the ensemble with a pair of crystal-embellished hoops from Missoma. This isn’t the first time we saw the tweed jacket—she first wore the design back in 2017, when she paid a visit to London's Evelina Children's Hospital.
We love a good royal rewear.
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