It’s overwhelming to imagine the plethora of couture that must be lined up in Princess Kate’s wardrobe, but thankfully she’s well familiar with presenting it to us one outing at a time—and her latest ensemble has given us a dose of nostalgia.
On Thursday, the Princess stepped out alongside husband Prince William in a navy blue vintage Chanel blazer. The double breasted tweed style dates back to 1995, and features black piping. She wore wide legged trousers and accessorised it by adding a simple sapphire blue necklace and black pumps.
Kate and William outing included a visit to London’s Olympic Park to celebrate the 10th anniversary of sports charity, Coach Core.
There, the royals met with guests who were part of the organisation, including its young participants and officials. The pair launched the charity via the Royal Foundation back in 2012.
The outing came as reports emerged that Kate and her sister in law, Meghan Markle, are working on building a stronger relationship.
According to US Weekly Kate is planning to get together with Prince Harry and Meghan while she and William are in New York City this coming December.
“Once Kate and William’s Boston plans are set in stone, she’s planning to extend an olive branch to Meghan in a bid to reunite the brothers and heal the rift,” An unnamed source told the publication.
“Harry and Meghan are knee deep with their hectic schedules, but Meghan is willing to put in the effort as long as dates don’t clash,” they added.
Given Meghan’s penchant for impeccably put-together outfits, this might be the stylish royal reunion we’ve all been waiting for. Stay tuned…