The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted a reception for the eco-conscious key players of their respective environmental initiatives on the first night of COP26 on Monday (November 1) in Glasgow, Scotland.
At the event, the royals met with some of the key members of the Sustainable Markets Initiative and the Winners and Finalists of the first Earthshot Prize.
Catherine was looking regal as ever in her favourite colour; blue, wearing a dress from a label she has worn before Eponine.
The Spring 2020 coat is one of my favourites on account of the sleek design, and modern details.
You may be wondering why the Duchess didn’t recycle one of her previous looks for this eco-conscious event.
The reason she chose Eponine I believe, is because the brand is known for using recycled materials and locally-sourced fabric.
The Duchess styled her look with her navy Rupert Sanderson pumps, blue topaz and diamond drop earrings by Kiki McDonough, and her Poppy Code Breakers Brooch ahead of Remembrance Sunday, in tribute to her grandmother, Valerie Glassborow, who served in World War II.
She previous wore this brooch on Remembrance Sunday 2019.
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