Kate Middleton’s Easter Outfit Was On-Point (and Included a Sentimental Touch from Her Wedding)
While you were hunting for eggs and chowing down on chocolate bunnies, the royal family was celebrating Easter Sunday with a church service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, England. And while you were retiring to your couch to prep for Game of Thrones (i.e., donning sweatpants), Kate Middleton was executing spot-on curtsies (for the queen’s 93rd birthday, natch) while looking like the picture of, well, Easter.
According to Vogue, Middleton’s sleek, appropriately pastel overcoat was an Alexander McQueen design (a go-to for Kate). From the photos, it looks like she paired it with a matching blue dress underneath, plus a simple pair of gray-blue pumps, a clutch and a fascinator to match.
Apparently this was an outfit repeat, as she’s been spotted in the ensemble for past services. We love.
But devoted fans of the duchess will notice something else familiar about her look. Those earrings—we’ve seen them before. They’re actually the same Robinson Pelham custom-designed pair she wore on her wedding day, per People.
Considering Will and Kate’s eighth wedding anniversary is just a week away (on April 29), perhaps it was a subtle nod toward the occasion? Or just another episode of Kate’s savvy outfit-repurposing? We’ll let you decide.