Kate Middleton gave a nod to King Charles’ eco-conscious mindset by recycling her beloved Alexander McQueen suit as she attended the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle on May 7.
The Princess of Wales, who stepped out earlier in the day wearing a powder blue jacket and trousers, wowed onlookers as she opted for a stunning red Alexander McQueen power suit which she was last seen wearing back in January.
The asymmetric tailored crepe suit jacket features a contemporary asymmetric fitted lapel and comes in at a pricey £1,590, according to fashion retailer Matches Fashion.
To complete the head-to-toe red look, stylish Kate wore a pair of wide leg trousers in a matching hue, giving the look a very chic and contemporary feel.
Meanwhile, 41 year old Kate accessorised the look with the Magic Alhambra necklace from Van Cleef and Arpels which comes in at £9,550 – an item which she has been spotted wearing on other occasions.
To finish off the look, Kate wore her hair in her signature loose bouncy blow dry and natural looking make-up.
Kate previously sported the Alexander McQueen jacket back in January when she attended a pre-launch event in London for her Shaping Us campaign alongside Prince William.
For the Coronation Concert however, Kate was joined by her husband Prince William as well as their eldest two children – Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
While Prince Louis was in attendance to see his grandfather crowned King at Westminster Abbey on May 6, royal fans noticed that the youngster was not with his siblings as it was “past his bedtime”, according to BBC commentary.
Fans at home weren’t pleased by his absence, with some taking to social media to share their disappointment at not seeing the lively youngster at the concert.
“Got the #MiamiGrandPrix on one screen and the #CoronationConcert on another, and with LL Cool J introducing the F1 and Prince Louis missing from Windsor, I’m not sure which I’m disappointed by more,” wrote one disappointed fan.
As part of the concert, members of the Royal Family will be entertained by performers from across the world of music, dance and drama.
Among those performing at the event are singers Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, Olly Murs and Take That.
Pop star Freya Ridings was sadly forced to drop out at the last minute due to illness. Instead, singer songwriter Zak Abel will be taking to the stage.
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