Whether it’s a public engagement, black-tie event or royal tours, Kate Middleton never fails to look her effortless best. From skirt suits to stunning gowns that reflect her polished taste, we track all of the Duchess of Cambridge’s most stylish moments.
Together with Prince Wiliam, Kate Middleton arrived at the red carpet premiere of Top Gun: Maverick in London looking every bit elegant and glamourous in a black and white off-shoulder column dress from Roland Mouret. She kept her accessories minimal with Robinson Pelham’s star diamond drop earrings, a black clutch, and black pumps.
Kate Middleton presented the Queen Elizabeth II Award to an emerging British designer at an event hosted by the British Fashion Council Foundation held at London’s Design Museum. The duchess attended the event in a textured teal belted dress by Canadian designer Edeline Lee, which featured tie details at the sleeves and a buckled waist belt. She accessorised with a pair of Nadia Irena earrings, emerald green pumps and a matching clutch bag from Emmy London.
The Duchess of Cambridge, patron of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and Princess Anne, patron of the Royal College of Midwives, met with representatives at both colleges to learn about how they are improving maternal health. Kate stepped out in a cream belted skirt suit with floral embellishments from Self-Portrait. She completed her look with pearl drop earrings from Annoushka, a matching pearl necklace, beige suede pumps and a clutch.
Kate Middleton and Prince William made a surprise appearance at Westminster Abbey to commemorate Anzac Day, the national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand. The duchess stepped out in the same ivory white Alexander McQueen coat dress that she wore during the christening of her daughter, Princess Charlotte, in 2015. She finished off with a tweed headband from London-based milliner Jane Taylor, Princess Diana’s pearl drop earrings, a pair of black Gianvito Rossi pumps and a Jenny Packham clutch.
Prince William and Duchess Kate met with aid workers from the Disasters Emergency Committee—the organisation raised more than £300 million for the Ukrainian humanitarian response—in London. Kate wore a cream coloured top and an double-breasted blazer from Reiss, which she paired with black L.K. Bennett trousers and Gianvito Rossi pumps. She also accessorised with Kiki McDonough drop earrings, and a lapel pin reflecting the colours of the Ukrainian flag.
Kate Middleton attended the Easter Mattins Service in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle with Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The duchess brought back a baby blue dresscoat by Emilia Wickstead that she previously wore on visit to Luxembourg in 2017. finishing off with matching heels, a clutch, and a blue headband.
For an evening reception celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee year held at Cahal Pech—the base of Belize’s Mayan ruins—the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a metallic hot-pink gown by The Vampire’s Wife and accessorised with statement earrings from Onitaa, a Mayan-design clutch, and silver Jimmy Choo heels.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge set off on their eight-day Carribean tour on Saturday. Upon landing in Belize, Kate stepped out in a dainty Jenny Packham lace suit in a royal-blue hue paying tribute to Belize’s flag. She finished off with a matching blue clutch and heels, as well as sapphire-and-diamond encrusted jewellery.
Kate Middleton exuded elegance at the Saint Patrick’s Day parade in Aldershot, England, where she participated in the century-old tradition of handing symbolic shamrocks to the Irish Guards. Kate sported a gold Cartier shamrock brooch—reportedly owned by the Irish Guards—on her royal green Laura Green coat, which she paired with a pillbox hat by Lock & Co. Hatters and matching suede heels.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, dressed in complementary blues, attended the Commonwealth Day church service at Westminster Abbey in London. Kate wore a royal blue coat dress by Catherine Walker, a matching Lock & Co. Hatters hat, and Rupert Sanderson shoes.
For her last day in Denmark, the Duchess of Cambridge was joined by Crown Princess Mary for engagements focused on childhood development and the two jubilees taking place in their home countries. Kate wore a gray Catherine Walker coat with black Repeat gloves, a black Mulberry Amberley bag, and a pearl necklace by Monica Vinader. Mary wore a white tweed coat over a black dress. The royals, who have remained friends since they first met in 2011, finished off their looks with black Gianvito Rossi pumps.
Kate arrived in Copenhagen for a two-day fact-finding visit as part of her focus on childhood development. The duchess paired a red bouclé Zara blazer (which she first wore in 2020) with black pants, heels and an Aspinal London purse. She also donned a pair of earrings by Danish jeweler Maria Black and a Monica Vinader pearl necklace.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited mental health workers at the Shout 85258 headquarters to celebrate the success of the crisis support text service she launched with Prince William, Prince Harry, and Duchess Meghan. The platform recently reached one million conversations across the United Kingdom. For the engagement, Kate sported a leopard-print pussy bow dress by Derek Lam 10 Crosby and black stiletto boots, and accessorised with a black waist belt by ba&sh and hoop earrings from ASOS.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a community hospital and met with frontline workers who have experienced unique challenges during the pandemic and received mental health support from Britain’s National Health Service’s Charities Together initiative. Kate—who stunned in a tonal outfit—re-wore a camel wool coat by Massimo Dutti, a roll-neck jumper from Reiss, and earrings from Missoma.
The duchess hosted her first televised holiday concert at Westminster Abbey to honour those who “have stepped up to support their communities through the pandemic.” Kate wore a bright-red coat dress by Catherine Walker featuring a dramatic bow tie around the collar. She paired the look with red suede pumps by Gianvito Rossi, a red clutch, as well as a pair of drop earrings that matched her sapphire ring.
Kate attended the Royal Variety Performance—which officially marks 100 years of patronage from the reigning monarch—held at London’s Royal Albert Hall together with Prince William. She re-wore her emerald green column gown by Jenny Packham (she wore the same gown during her 2019 royal tour of Pakistan) and finished off with a matching green clutch and gold fan-shaped earrings.
The duchess paid a visit to the Imperial War Museum in London, where she met with Holocaust survivors and commemorated the official opening of the museum’s Holocaust Galleries and Second World War Galleries. For the event, Kate wore an Alexander McQueen military-inspired top under a long navy coat by Catherine Walker, matching navy pants and suede pumps.
Kate launched her patronage The Forward Trust’s latest “Taking Action on Addiction” campaign and delivered an important speech to mark Addiction Awareness Week in the United Kingdom. She made an appearance in a red knit turtleneck sweater, matching pleated midi skirt by Christopher Kane, tan pointed-toe pumps, and a mini bag by Demellier London for the worthy cause.
The Cambridges visited London’s Kew Gardens to take part in a Generation Earthshot event, where they worked with students to brainstorm “big, bold ideas to repair the planet and to help spark a lasting enthusiasm for the natural world.” The duchess wore a gorgeous green coat by Erdem with a matching top, black wide-leg trousers, and pointed-toe pumps for the royal outing.
The duchess visited the University College London’s Centre for Longitudinal Studies, where she opted to re-wear a houndstooth Zara dress and gray Hugo Boss heels. Kate—who announced the new Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood in June—chose to visit the university as its research will play an important role in tracking the development of children in the early years. It also promises to look at a “wide range of factors that affect children’s development and education in the early years, including the home environment, the community, early years services and the broader social and economic circumstances of the family,” according to a statement by Kensington Palace.
Kate Middleton kicked off her visit to Northern Ireland with Prince William in an Emilia Wickstead purple pantsuit, which she paired with a black turtleneck sweater, suede pumps, silver hoop earrings, a belt and a leather clutch. The Cambridges met and interacted with different organizations that work to promote positive relations across communities.
The Duchess of Cambridge made a trip to Cumbria, England, to promote the positive impact that nature and the outdoors can have on youth. Kate’s visit also marked the re-opening of the Royal Air Force Air Cadets’ Windermere Adventure Training Centre, which enables hundreds of cadets across the United Kingdom to visit the Lake District each year and take part in a wide variety of activities to build their leadership skills.
Besides having a go at mountain biking and abseiling, the royal went on a boat ride with two survivors of the Holocaust (called the Windermere Children) who stayed in the Lake District in 1945. For the meaningful event, she opted for a smart belted blazer in khaki plaid (which she switched out for an olive-hued quilted jacket later in the day), a beige sweater, black skinny jeans, and dark brown hiking boots.
Kate Middleton has returned to royal duty after her summer break. The duchess paid a visit to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire and met with military personnel who helped evacuate refugees from Afghanistan, wearing a cream-coloured blazer by Reiss, a white blouse by Jane, and wide-leg navy trousers. She finished off with handbag from Tusting that matched her blazer, pointed-toe pumps, and dangly earrings.
The Duchess of Cambridge watched the men’s final match with her father, Michael Middleton. Duchess Kate wore a light pink belted dress by London designer Beulah and nude pumps, as well as a beaded floral clutch and a pink floral face mask.
After a period in self-isolation following COVID-19 exposure, Kate Middleton returned to Wimbledon to watch the women’s final match alongside Prince William, wearing a green Emilia Wickstead dress, white pumps and a blue floral face mask. The duchess presented Australian tennis player Ashleigh Barty with the winning trophy at the end of the game.
Duchess Kate attended a Wimbledon game wearing a blue and white polka dot skirt by Alessandra Rich, which she paired with a white top, navy blazer, and pointed white pumps. She accessorised with a white Mulberry “Amberley” bag, layered necklaces, statement earrings by Simone Rocha, as well as a floral face mask.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, alongside the queen, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, were spotted at the G-7 Leaders reception at The Eden Project, an educational charity based in Cornwall, England. Kate wore a white Alexander McQueen coat dress, nude pumps, and a pearl bracelet that once belonged to Princess Diana.
The duchess and Dr. Jill Biden met up and visited a school in Cornwall, England, to lead a roundtable discussion about early childhood issues. For the occasion, Kate opted for a magenta belted midi dress by Alexander McQueen, nude pumps and hoop earrings.
The Cambridges hosted a private drive-in screening of Disney‘s latest film Cruella for National Health Service (NHS) staff at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. For the special event honouring the healthcare workers across the United Kingdom, Kate donned a blue tartan Holland Copper trench coat paired with emerald-green suede pumps, and accessorised with the Queen’s sapphire and diamond earrings. The duke and duchess also had a virtual chat with the movie’s leading stars, Emma Stone and Emma Thompson.
Kate Middleton viewed the latest art exhibitions at the V&A Museum that reopened to the public for the first time this year. The duchess, the first Royal Patron of the V&A, wore a stunning Alessandra Rich houndstooth maxi dress paired with navy blue pumps by Jennifer Chamandi, a matching suede clutch, and gold jewellery.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the National Portrait Gallery to celebrate the launch of her first photo book, Hold Still. The coffee table publication features 100 images taken by people all across the United Kingdom as part of her Hold Still project, highlighting the different experiences during the country’s first national lockdown a year ago. For the occasion, Kate wore an Eponine bright red coat dress over a nude-hued pleated skirt. She finished off her look with a tan purse, matching stiletto heels, and dangling earrings.
Kate Middleton and Prince William visited local family-owned Manor Farm in County Durham for their latest royal engagement. Kate sported a Brora printed knit sweater, a dark-wash denim, an olive-green bomber jacket, and brown knee-high leather boots by Penelope Chilvers.
The Cambridges visited a COVID-19 vaccination center at London’s Westminster Abbey church, where they married almost 10 years ago. For the appearance, Kate opted for a cream lace coat dress by Catherine Walker, which she paired with brown suede heels, a matching clutch, and pearl-drop earrings.
Kate Middleton re-wore a classic camel coat by Massimo Dutti for a visit to Newham Ambulance Station in East London alongside her husband, Prince William. The duchess paired it with a matching Reiss tan knit turtleneck, a brown suede mini bag, and Jimmy Choo pumps. She also accessorised with gold earrings and a floral-print protective face mask.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made their first in-person royal engagement at a school in East London, following the Sussex’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last Sunday. Kate wore a bright pink Max&Co. overcoat, a matching scallop-collared sweater from Boden, flared black trousers, and chunky-heeled suede pumps. She finished off with a quilted clutch bag and a floral-print face mask.
The duchess embarked on a three-day royal train tour with Prince William across the United Kingdom to thank transport workers for their efforts during the pandemic. At Edinburgh Waverley station, Kate was spotted wearing her tailored Catherine Walker coat, which she paired with knee-high suede heeled boots, an embossed-croc Multrees Wallet by Strathberry, and a matching face mask.
The duchess made an appearance at the National Service of Remembrance at The Cenotaph in London to commemorate Remembrance Day. Joined by other members of the royal family, she watched the service in a custom black Alexander McQueen coat, a Philip Treacy hat, and the Queen’s diamond and pearl drop earrings.
Kate Middleton visited one of the sites of her UK-wide Hold Still exhibition, which she curated to showcase different facets of the pandemic. For the important event, Kate wore a red coat by Alexander McQueen over a white blouse and black midi skirt, and accessorised with black heels and a Grace Han top-handle bag.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the University of Derby to speak to students about the effects of the ongoing pandemic on their mental health. Kate wore a checkered coat and pastel-blue knit sweater by Massimo Dutti, high-waist black trousers, pointed-toe pumps, and a protective mask. She also wore a customised gold pendant necklace, featuring the initials of her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Kate Middleton, together with Prince William, visited London Bridge Job Centre, the London Muslim Centre, and East London’s famous Beigel Bake. She was spotted in a red and white floral print dress by Beulah London, which she paired with tan Ralph Lauren heels.
The duchess dropped by a garden center in Norfolk to check in on local businesses. She kept her outfit casual, sporting a pair of Superga sneakers.
Kate Middleton stepped out in a tailored military jacket and matching navy skirt by Alexander McQueen for a visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre in Leicestershire with Prince William. The duchess paired her sleek ensemble with suede boots by Ralph Lauren.
For the 2020 EE BAFTAs, Kate Middleton hit the red carpet with Prince William in an Alexander McQueen gown accessorised with a Van Cleef & Arpels pearl necklace and matching earrings, a clutch from Anya Hindmarch, and Jimmy Choo sparkly pumps.
The duchess made an official appearance at Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-school, where she learnt about childhood development and nutrition and served breakfast to the children. She wore a smart teal coat, a Sézane merino wool pullover, skinny black jeans and Chelsea boots from Russell & Bromley.
The royal visited the Evelina London Children’s Hospital to attend a workshop run by the National Portrait Gallery’s Hospital Programme. Kate wore a chic tweed skirt suit by Dolce & Gabbana paired with black tights and pumps.
Kate Middleton attended the U.K. Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony in Westminster on Monday with the Queen and Prince William. She was spotted wearing a gray Catherine Walker belted coat with a black hat, tights and pointed-toe pumps.
The Duchess of Cambridge stunned in a red sequin dress by Needle and Thread at Prince William’s first solo Buckingham Palace reception on behalf of Queen Elizabeth, in honor of the UK-Africa Investment Summit. She finished off the look with matching red pumps from Gianvito Rossi and a box clutch bag.
Kate Middleton wore a mossy green Alexander McQueen coat over a Zara dress while visiting the city of Bradford alongside Prince William—the Cambridges’ first royal outing of 2020. The duchess accessorised with black high heels, a black bag by Aspinal London and and gold drop earrings by Pakistani jewellery label Zeen.
The Duchess of Cambridge was mingling with world dignitaries yesterday at a reception for NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace. For the event, Kate opted for a bright green look with a high neck and elegant puff sleeves. She added sparkle to the ensemble with a pair of dangling diamond earrings. Fans of the duchess believe she’s wearing a bespoke look by Emilia Wickstead.
Kate Middleton serves up another stunning evening look in a Sheer Lace Alexander McQueen Gown at the Royal Variety Performance.
Kate Middleton stepped out in a Warehouse knit sweater, green culottes by Jigsaw, a mini Chanel handle bag and leather fringed heels by Tod’s on a visit to the Natural History Museum in London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with the Aga Khan, a spiritual leader and Imam of the Shia Imami Ismaili Muslims, in London. Kate Middleton sported a chic teal long-sleeve dress by Aross Girl x Soler for the occasion and accessorized with dangling ceramic earrings, a deep green velvet clutch, and matching pumps.
Kate Middleton unveiled a new playground inspired by her Chelsea Flower Show garden at RHS Wisley in Surrey, opting for a light blue Emilia Wickstead midi dress dotted with pink roses. Featuring a collar, long sleeves, and a cinched waist, the number was classically Kate. The duchess paired the look with espadrille wedges for the outdoor event.
For day two of Wimbledon, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a white button-front Suzannah midi-dress with a bow-belt and matching black cat-eye sunglasses. She completed her look with a chic basket bag, perfect for summer style.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been named the new patron of the Royal Photographic Society, taking over from the Queen. She visited a photography workshop co-hosted by the institution, wearing a Ridley London printed sun dress with fluttery sleeves and a tie waist belt, and lace-up espadrilles―a perfect summer combo.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the first annual Addiction Awareness Week gala wearing a white off-the-shoulder dress by Barbara Casasola. She completed her look with a satin clutch by Wilbur & Gussie and glittery metallic heels.
The Duchess of Cambridge joined other senior members of the royal family over the weekend to celebrate the Queen’s 93rd birthday at the annual Trooping the Colour parade. For the special event, Kate chose a sunny yellow coat dress by go-to brand Alexander McQueen, complete with a floral Philip Treacy headpiece.
Kate Middleton was among the attendees at this year’s Beating Retreat, an annual concert held by the Household Division, the seven British army regiments serving the queen. For the event, the Duchess wore a white coat by Catherine Walker with a mauve clutch by Mulberry and neutral suede heels. She kept her hair up in a clean bun and accessorized with a gold shamrock pin in a nod to the Irish Guards.
Yesterday the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for the Chelsea Flower Show. Kate chose the perfect dress to celebrate the springtime event—a floral midi dress by British label Erdem. Erdem is known for embracing floral prints in every collection, so it’s no surprise that the Duchess would choose it for this outing.
Yesterday Kate visited the Scouts Headquarters in London’s Gilwell Park, where she learned about exciting piloting initiatives for young children ages four to six years old. For the event she wore her beloved and very warm-looking J. Crew mock-neck sweater in burgundy and her cool Chloe combat boots to add a tough, cool-girl vibe to her look. She finished the look with black skinny jeans (her go-to) and an olive jacket.
For a royal visit to the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in London, the duchess looked every bit the dashing royal in a purple Gucci blouse backwards, along with Jigsaw wide-leg trousers.
Last night the Duchess of Cambridge attended the National Portrait Gallery portrait gala in Central London. The event takes place annually and Kate attends every year, being that she is the museum’s patron. For the occasion, the duchess wore a black, floor-length Alexander McQueen gown with a floral print. She wore her hair down and carried a black satin clutch bag. The dress was very similar, if not the same gown, that she wore to the Baftas in 2017, the only difference was that this version had her shoulders covered, whereas it was previously strapless.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge braved the rain yesterday afternoon for a visit to the famed Blackpool Tower. Kate wore head-to-toe green for the occasion, in an elegant belted Sportmax coat and a printed Michael Kors dress which was sadly hidden underneath. She accessorised with knee-high boots, green amethyst Kiki McDonaugh earrings and a Manu Atelier bag.
Kate wore a new dress for official school visits last Tuesday. The Duchess gave us a welcome pop of colour with a bright green dress by Eponine London with an adorable pocket detailing. She kept the rest of the look simple with black stockings, black boots by LK Bennett and a small black Mulberry clutch.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore her Black Watch tartan coat by Alexander McQueen for her official trip to Dundee, Scotland. She accessorized with a green Manu Atelier handbag and black suede Tod’s pumps.
The Duchess attended the Family Action engagement in a bespoke forest green dress by Beulah London. She finished the look by cinching the dress with a leather belt and olive Gianvito Rossi suede pumps.
The Duchess of Cambridge brought out her vibrant violet Oscar de la Renta suit for a visit the Royal Opera House. She first wore this look in 2017. The Duchess accessorized with a black handbag by Aspinal of London and black pumps by Rupert Sanderson.
The Duchess visited King Henry’s Walk in and outdoor-sy outfit featuring an army green tweed jacket by Dubarry and combat boots from See by Chloé. Kate rocked a monotone look with dark green skinny jeans.