Kate Middleton Dressed Down Rose-Colored Trousers in a Playful Fall Look

Annie Goldsmith
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From Town & Country

We all know that the Duchess of Cambridge loves a good outfit rewear. But, a true clothing repeater is skilled at transforming a previous look into something entirely different. That's what Kate did today, by pairing pink trousers, which she previously wore as part of a pantsuit, with a white t-shirt and sneakers.

The Duchess chose this playful fall outfit to meet with families in London's Battersea Park. There, she spoke to both parents and peer supporters about the importance of parent-powered support programs. These sorts of initiatives are being used to help parent wellbeing, especially during a time as difficult as the COVID-19 pandemic. At the park, Kate also smiled and played with the small children a few of the parents brought along.

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Prior to her park visit, Kate also participated in a Zoom call with experts in the field. On the video chat were representatives from seven different organizations that run peer-to-peer support programs.

"To you and your army of volunteers out there, huge well done," Kate said. "I, like you, would love to see it more embedded and celebrated actually, in communities and society as a whole."

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Photo credit: JACK HILL - Getty Images

For today's outing, Kate perfectly combined chic pants with a casual t-shirt and sneakers. The Duchess previously wore these rose-colored slacks in March, as part of a pink pantsuit from Marks & Spencer. Then, she paired the outfit with high heels for a more formal look.

But today, Kate swapped her blazer and pumps for a more kid-friendly look. The white kicks are some of Kate's favorites, from the brand Superga. She also sported her often-reworn gold charm necklace, featuring the initials of her three children.

Indeed, Kate certainly presented a masterclass in rewears, showing that separates are, well, separate for a reason.

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