Coat-Loving Kate Middleton Doesn't Wear a Jacket During Snowstorm -- See the Pic!
By Jennifer Drysdale
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Kate Middleton must love her Orla Kiely gown because she didn't cover it up with a coat on Wednesday -- even though she was braving a snowstorm!
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out on Wednesday evening for the Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England, forgoing her usual wardrobe staple: a classy coat.
The pregnant royal, who is a patron of the National Portrait Gallery and wrote the foreward for the exhibition, was photographed arriving at the event without a second layer. But despite the snowstorm, Middleton still looked flawless in her black floral print dress and nude suede heels, which she paired with drop-down gem earrings. Even her long, slightly curled locks looked perfect, despite the weather!
This evening The Duchess of Cambridge visited @NPGLondon where she unveiled her Patron's Trail of the exhibition: 'Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography'. pic.twitter.com/zbxconQBAr
Middleton's floral frock was her second outfit -- and second public appearance -- of the day. She rocked a purple Seraphine dress at her first royal event, the inaugural Royal Foundation Forum, with Prince Harry and his fiancee, Meghan Markle.
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Middleton is known for her stylish outerwear, sporting the style to many of her public appearances, rain or shine. She's known to have a few favorites in her collection, wearing them frequently during her pregnancy.