Kate Middleton Keeps It Chic With a Camel Coat and Suede Mini Bag In East London

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Photo credit: RICHARD POHLE - Getty Images
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From Good Housekeeping

Kate Middleton opted for a classic look for her latest royal engagement alongside her husband, Prince William.

Today, the Cambridges visited Newham Ambulance Station in East London to speak with paramedics and ambulance staff about how they've been faring during the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the most challenging work periods in the history of the London Ambulance Service.

For the outing, the Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up in a camel wool coat by Massimo Dutti, which she paired with a matching tan knit turtleneck and a brown suede, chain-link strap mini bag. She wore her hair in her signature sleek strands, and accessorized with dangling earrings and a floral-print protective face mask.

Coincidently, Kate wore the same chic coat last year during a visit to a London children's center in the days following the Sussexes' decision to step back from senior royal duties. Now, a week or so after Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey, the overcoat has made a return.

Photo credit: RICHARD POHLE - Getty Images
Photo credit: RICHARD POHLE - Getty Images
Photo credit: RICHARD POHLE - Getty Images
Photo credit: RICHARD POHLE - Getty Images

During their visit, Will and Kate said hello to a paramedic's father via FaceTime, captured in photos from the day. They also visited the station's Wellbeing Garden, where frontline paramedics and volunteers can take a moment to decompress with tea and snacks courtesy of Wellbeing Tea Trucks. First launched in February of last year at the start of the pandemic and run by staff members currently unable to work in patient-facing roles, the trucks travel to hospitals and NHS control centers in and around London daily serving medical and ambulance staff members.

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