Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle Have Delivered a Week of Incredible Outfits

Hayley Kadrou   |   14 - 03 - 2019

The Duchess Of Cambridge and Duchess of Sussex have served up some incredible style moments this week, with Kate Middleton even putting a fresh spin on an old favourite of hers.

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At the Commonwealth Day festivities in London, Meghan wore this look from Erdem Moralioglu’s Fall 2019 collection.

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Kate Middleton wore her red Catherine Walker coat once again to celebrate Commonwealth Day in Westminster Abbey

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The Duchess of Sussex took part on a panel on International Women's Day in King's College London wearing a sixties style monochrome number by Reiss

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Stepping away from her usual attire, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a Gucci shirt and Jigsaw trousers while attending a royal visit to Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in London.

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Mum-to-be Meghan stunned in a white dress by Victoria Beckham during her visit to Westminster Abbey

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Dressing to impress, Kate revamped her Alexander McQueen dress at the National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait Gala

We always look to Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle for style inspiration, and this month royal fashion followers have been spoilt in the wardrobe department.


With plenty of royal engagements happening all over London – from an International Women’s Day celebration where Meghan joined a panel at King’s College London to the National Portrait Gallery Gala graced by Kate – Prince William and Prince Harry’s other halves have been dressing up to the occasion to perfection.


While the Duchess of Sussex has continued to don striking maternity gowns made by Victoria Beckham and Reiss, the Duchess of Cambridge took a step back from her go-to attire this week with a vivid purple Gucci shirt.


Meanwhile, mum-of-three Kate also reworked an Alexander McQueen gown in the simplest yet most striking way. She simply had the sleeves pulled up over her shoulders, giving an entirely new feel to the gown she first donned at the BAFTAs in 2017.