All Hail Kate's Royal Weekend Style!

06/13/2011 at 03:00 PM ET

Kate Middleton Royal Style
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There’s no rest for the weary … and that includes royals! Following their glamorous night out Thursday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the royal family for several celebrations over the weekend, which carried into Monday afternoon. And throughout all of the various events, Catherine was her usual stylish self. The newlywed first stunned Saturday at Trooping the Colour, Queen Elizabeth II’s 85th birthday celebration, wearing a white cotton and wool-blend Alexander McQueen piqué coat and black hat by Sylvia Fletcher of James Lock and Co. Later that day, she joined newly single sister Pippa at a friend’s wedding in Berkshire, England, sporting the same topper and a black-and-white Zara dress she’d worn out in 2007. Sunday, Catherine helped fête Prince Philip on his 90th birthday, wearing a bright blue coat she’d chosen for a friend’s 2009 wedding, accessorized with her nude L.K. Bennett pumps and a Philip Treacy hat. And Monday, she greeted the public during William’s festive Order of the Garter ceremony in a long dove-gray dress and coat by Katherine Hooker, matching hat custom created by Rachel Trevor Morgan (who also makes toppers for the Queen) and suede gray “Malone” pumps by Rupert Sanderson. It seems the royal weekend was just a brief, stylish preview of what’s to come on Catherine and William’s North American tour in July. Tell us: Which of Catherine’s looks was your favorite?Reporting by Monique Jessen


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Clare on

I love that she is wearing the same things again for I am sick of the attitude of wear it once-disposable fashion that most celebrities embrace.

iluvnah20 on

Oh how I wish our First Lady would take cues from her. She wears timeless clothes that fit her, not trendy clothes that don’t fit. Oh well, less than 2 years to go, thank goodness for that!

kazumi on

only she can carry those ridiculous hats really well, and i love her style, clean cut lines and subdued hues, simple yet elegant. I love it!

SarahJane on

I love her style & think she’s beautiful. She always looks so put together. And she recycles outfits! It seems silly, but she comes from a wealthy family, and lets face it, she’s a royal now! She has always been thin, but she’s been looking a bit thinner lately. Perhaps it was that whole millions of people around the world watching her wedding day thing :) I lost a few pounds from nerves and only had my closest family and friends watching!

Kristy on

She always look great. Glad to see she rewears her stuff, just like the rest of us. Though her mom is a social climber, we hope she taught her girls to be conservative esp. when they had to built their own company, knowing money doesnt grow from trees. if she really was a princess, it would say so on the royal website.

Julie on

She looks and dresses old for her age which make her look frumpy.

sam scott on

A lot of her photos are so retouched, because Kate’s skin is not very good in person, she has pockmarks on forhead and cheek. She’s hyped to the hilt but her face is kind of very average and her body is now too thin. I know a person who saw her at the races last week with the royals and the person said she was so thin it was shocking and her skin is bad.

guest on

she is proving to be every inch a lady

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Sandra on

She is overrated. She is average looking and she looks old for her age.

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