Kate Middleton Wears Blue Blouse and Cargo Pants to Close Out Coronation Weekend

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Kate Middleton closed out coronation weekend with a stylish bang! Earlier today, the Princess of Wales, along with Prince William and their three children, participated in a day of volunteering in Slough, England, as part of the "Big Help Out"—an initiative encouraging people across the nation to volunteer.

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For the outing, Kate looked casual chic in a baby blue button down blouse with her go-to cargo skinny pants from G-Star Raw, a braided belt, and sensible Blundstone brown Chelsea boots. She wore her signature locks down in soft waves and finished the look with mini gold hoops from Daniella Draper.

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During the fun-filled family event, the Wales family joined the Scouts to renovate their Scout Hut and take part in a number of fun activities. The Prince of Wales took both of his sons, Prince George and Prince Louis, on an excavator, while Princess Charlotte helped paint some wood. The family of five also got to try their hand at archery and make homemade s'mores.

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Kate's latest outfit is just one of the many stylish ensembles she has worn over coronation weekend. On Friday evening, she kicked off the celebratory festivities with a stunning royal blue Self-Portrait wrap dress for a pre-coronation reception at Buckingham Palace. For the crowning ceremony, the Princess looked ethereal in a white Alexander McQueen gown with embroidery topped with a ceremonial robe in red, white, and blue as a nod to the Union Jack. She bucked tradition, wearing a floral headpiece instead of a tiara for the service. And yesterday, she wore another light blue outfit for the walkabout at The Big Lunch in Windsor and later changed into a vibrant red Alexander McQueen pantsuit for the coronation concert at Windsor Castle.

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