Kate Middleton Re-wears a Favorite Bright-White Coat During Her Ireland Visit

If anyone understands the delicate art of style recycling, it’s the Duchess of Cambridge.

Duchess Kate stepped out alongside Prince William for the second day of their Ireland visit in one of her favorite pieces: the bright-white Olivia peacoat by Reiss we’ve all seen before. She first debuted the coat when she accompanied William to his 2008 graduation ceremony at the Central Flying School at RAF Cranwell.

Under the coat, the duchess wore sleek black skinny jeans, suede chunky-heel ankle booties, and a chic polka-dot button-down blouse by Equipment. She accessorized her look with dainty shamrock charm earrings by Daniella Draper, giving a nod to her host country.

The Cambridges’ second day of touring Ireland is dedicated to visiting a Dublin-based mental health charity, called Jigsaw, which focuses on providing free one-on-one therapy sessions for young people aged 12 to 25. Later on, the royal couple will visit a social justice charity and also explore the efforts being made to foster sustainable farming for the country.

Their tour will continue on into tomorrow before the pair return to England. Come Commonwealth Day on March 9, they are set to reunite with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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