In 2013, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) visited Child Bereavement UK with Prince William. She was pregnant with Prince Geroge at the time. During the visit, she wore a nude-coloured coat by London-based fashion designer Goat. It was the brand’s Redgrave Coat.
In 2017, Kate wore the coat again while pregnant with Prince Louis. She visited Hornsea Road Children’s Centre.
We believe she wore the coat for a third time in 2018 for a roundtable meeting to discuss children’s tennis initiatives in the UK.
About the Goat Redgrave Coat:
The Redgrave coat is a collarless A-line design made from wool. Here’s the description of the coat on Goat’s website:
The timeless Redgrave Pocket Coat is the coat of choice for royals Kate Middleton and Zara Phillips. This classically sophisticated coat is A-lined shaped and has patch pocket detail. 100% wool. Fully lined. Dry clean only. Made in Britain.
The Redgrave coat has become a cult piece in the collection due to its popularity, thanks to Kate. Goat regularly releases the coat in new colours.
Where to buy Kate’s Goat Redgrave coat:
The Redgrave coat is one of Goat’s staple pieces. Every season the brand restock the coat in different colours (and sometimes prints). As of November 2020, the Redgrave coat is stocked in three different colours, including the nude colour worn by Kate.
Looking for a bargain?
The Outnet often sells the Goat Redgrave coat in past season colours at a discounted rate. At the time of writing (Nov 2020), you can find it in black and nude (worn by Kate!) for 50% off. The catch? There are only a few sizes left. Click here to shop.
Kate and Goat:
Kate has worn a number of pieces by Goat over the last couple of years—they have become one of her go-to brands. Kate first wore the Goat’s Redgrave coat in March 2013. She has since worn the brand’s Scarlett dress, Thea dress, Vreeland dress, Washington coat and the Eloise dress.