The royal mom swapped a favorite formal coat for a comfier look – within hours!
Never say Princess Kate isn’t a master of the quick change.
On Wednesday, the Countess of Strathearn – as she’s known north of the Scottish border – headed up to Edinburgh for a day full of events focused on children’s mental health, a cause she’s been championing regularly over the past few months.
Of course, the Duchess of Couture (okay, Cambridge) broke out a few outfits for the occasion – from the standard royal apparel to a more ready-to-sweat look.
To start the day, Kate went for an old favorite: Her dark green knee-length coat from Sportmax, which she previously wore to Christmas Day services last December.
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Underneath the go-to garment, she embraced a little Scottish style with a houndstooth-printed skirt from a local brand, Le Kilt, paired with a black turtleneck. The skirt is currently sold out, but according to What Kate Wore, it’ll be back in stock at Harvey Nichols soon.
And never one not to accessorize, Kate finished off the look with a pair of gold-and-diamond leaf earrings from Kiki McDonough.
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But the formal look didn’t stick around for long. Later that day, Kate changed into a more movement-friendly ensemble for an afternoon tennis workshop with Judy Murray, Scottish tennis coach and mother to tennis champ Andy.
After she was spotted shopping at Lululemon in London over the weekend, we know Kate’s an athleisure fan – and she broke out some chic sportswear for her day on the court.
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On top, she changed into the baseline half-zip “tennis top” from Nike, in white. By some miracle, it’s still available in multiple sizes (and colors!) on the Nike website.
On the bottom, she wore the Tuxedo Track Pants from Monreal London, which, after selling out this morning, were restocked and can be yours for a cool $345.
Rather than taking a side in the Adidas v. Puma, Kanye v. Kylie debate, Kate went for neutral territory with a new pair of Asics sneakers – the Gel Solution Speed 3. And, keeping up with this outfit’s theme of being (weirdly) available, her shoes are on sale for $120 at Tennis Express.