Kate Middleton owns a customised version of this white coat by Alexander McQueen. It’s the label’s Pleated Fit & Flare Wool Coat.
The Duchess has worn the white coat to four public engagements to date. We first spotted her wearing it in 2015, for the christening of Princess Charlotte (pictured below).
A year later, she sported the garment for Trooping the Colour, the Queen’s annual birthday parade (pictured below).
The following year, Kate wore the white Alexander McQueen coat for a visit to Belgium at a service to mark the 100th anniversary of the battle of Passchendaele (pictured below).
In 2022, Kate wore the white coat for a fourth time in public. To the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey (pictured below).
About the ivory white coat:
The original coat features a fit-and-flare silhouette, is nipped in at the waist and has an oversized collar. It has pockets, a pleated skirt, darts on the bust and a seam across the hips.
As you can see in the image below, Kate’s bespoke coat does not feature the pockets and the pleats/fullness of the skirt have been removed for a more streamlined look.
Where to buy:
Sadly, the white coat is longer available to buy.