Kate Middleton recycles her old maternity clothes

Lauren Sharkey

The Duchess of Cambridge knows that no holiday look is complete without a little sparkle.

The royal arrived at the Rugby Portobello Trust in North Kensington wearing a burgundy coat in “wool tweed bouclé with a touch of sparkle,” by maternity wear label Seraphine.

The duchess previously wore the $646 ribbon-trimmed piece back in New York in 2014 while pregnant with Princess Charlotte.

Kate Middleton has recycled her maternity wear. Photo: Getty Images
The duchess was pictured here in 2014 with Prince William wearing the exact same coat. Photo: Getty Images
Kate met with children at the Rugby Portobello Club. Photo: Getty Images

The 35-year-old mother-of-two chose to pair the coat with black tights, black suede Tod’s heels, and a matching Mulberry clutch (which she’s often pictured with) to top off the winter-ready look.

Kate joins mothers and children for the Magic Mums Christmas party held to celebrate the work of the charity in supporting its local community.

Kate looked stunning the $646 coat. Photo: Getty Images
The coat isn't yet sold out online. Photo: Getty Images

The duchess, who is due to give birth to her third child in April, learned about the organization’s support services and the work they have done to help survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire.

She also met young people taking part in a music workshop.

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