Kate Middleton sure knows the value of a perfectly tailored coat. The beloved royal is known for donning a mid-length coat dress as the weather cools, keeping things chic and modest during her many outdoor events. Case in point: Kate's festive red Catherine Walker coat that she wore on Christmas Day. On Sunday, she chose yet another chic pick by the same designer for her first public appearance of 2019 — and it's an old favourite.
Kate stepped out for church with husband Prince William in Sandringham on Jan. 6 wearing a cerulean Catherine Walker coat over a black and white polka dot dress. Fans last saw the Duchess of Cambridge wearing this bright outerwear in February 2018, during her royal tour of Sweden and Norway, while she was still pregnant with Prince Louis. This time around, she ditched the fuzzy hat and traded it in for a headband to match her bold blue look, and paired the ensemble with a Jimmy Choo clutch and Kiki McDonough earrings.
Keep reading to see Kate's look from all angles.