Kate Middleton stepped out in Manchester today to attend the official unveiling of the Manchester arena bomb memorial with Prince William. The Duchess of Cambridge chose a grey speckled coat dress for the occasion, believed to be designed by Michael Kors.
The coat dress is not new, in fact, it has been in Kate’s wardrobe for many years.
The exact style is the Michael Kors Indigo Twill Coat, and has a retail price of £1,870.
It is made from a twill jacquard, in a swing coat style and is from the ready to wear spring 2014 collection.
The coat has lapel collars, front button closure, flared skirt, and flap pockets at the hips.
Kate last wore the coat dress in March 2017 for the Service of Dedication, before that, she wore it in May 2016 at the Magic Garden and Anna Freud Centre.
The coat dress’ debut was in April 2014 for Anzac Day commemorations, during their royal visit to New Zealand.
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Royal fashion fans believe the Duchess is wearing bee / honeycomb earrings.
The bee is one of the best-known symbols of Manchester and has been an emblem for the city for over 150 years.
Many wore bees or changed their social media icons to bees in solidarity for Mancunions after the 2017 terrorist attack.
Kate debuted a new handbag for the occasion, it is said to be by desgner Polene.