New mom Kate Middleton has earned a coveted spot on Vanity Fair's 2013 International Best-Dressed List. The Duchess of Cambridge's style has snagged her a place on the list four times since 2008.
Vanity Fair lists Middleton's notable ensemble of 2013 as her pink Alexander McQueen coat and Jane Corbett hat, which the then-pregnant royal wore wore at the Trooping the Colour ceremony on June 15. When Prince William's wife debuted their son, Prince George, to the public on July 23, she also looked gorgeous (just one day after giving birth!) in a blue polka-dot Jenny Packham dress. The design quickly sold out by fans wanting to copy her look.
Middleton is also joined on Vanity Fair's list by athletes Miami Heat forward LeBron James, New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who was listed in the couples category with wife Gisele Bundchen. The NFL player, 35, tells the magazine that his favorite clothing item is his wife's lingerie and favorite accessory his wedding ring.
Beyonce earned her first spot on the list, as well as Rolling Stones' Keith Richards. When asked who is his style icon, Richards, 69, replied, "Why should I [have one] . . . I am one!"
For the full 74th annual International Best-Dressed List, visit VF.com. The September issue of Vanity Fair is available on newsstands Aug. 1.
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