Kate Middleton Looks Stunning in Her Michael Kors Tweed Coat For The Third Time

The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton wore the coat again on Thursday for the third time in four years since 2014.

3:11 AM EDT 3/15/2017 by Menahem Zen, Celebeat Reporter

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Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has a personal favorite outfit. She was seen for the third time wearing her Michael Kors tweed coat in public occasions on Thursday, March 9.

She wore the coat during the dedication service for the new Iraq and Afghanistan memorial in London. Middleton was seen to sit beside her husband Prince William as reported by E! News. Her brother-in-law Prince Harry was also seen with them as they walked to their seat for the ceremony held at the Victoria Embankment Gardens.

The 35-yer-old Middleton first wore the $2,995 coat in April 2014 on the ANZAC Memorial Day in Canberra, Australia. She accompanied her husband in a three weeks tour in Australia and New Zealand, which also the first overseas trip for her son Prince George of Cambridge. The second one was in 2016, as she attended the ceremony to open the new playground at Hampton Court Palace.

She donned the blue-grey coat again last Thursday in a new look, as she paired the coat with a wide-brimmed navy hat as reported by Daily Mail. Middleton also wore the matching stiletto that made her look stunningly beautiful.

The Duchess also put on the more details to her look by combining the coat with the tanzanite and diamond earrings and necklace made by G. Collins & Sons. Overall, Middleton looked wonderful with the coat that she wore for the third time.

They royals appeared in the ceremony to unveil the sculpture to honor the members of the UK Armed Forces and civilians, particularly those who have served in the Gulf region, Iraq and Afghanistan throughout 1990-2015, and also the people who support them at home. Following the military Drumhead Service on horse guard parade, the small ceremony was held with 2,500 attendants.

The queen then officially dedicated the memorial afterward. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond was also seen to attend the ceremony and sat next to Middleton and her husband. Watch the video of her with the coat that she wore for the third time below:

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