In honor of St. Patrick's Day, Kate Middleton once again headed to Mons Barracks, Aldershot, to hand out shamrocks in the Irish Guards parade. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were special guests at this year's event, and Middleton was ready to spread some Irish cheer in a head-to-toe green ensemble as the bagpipes played (pictured, left).
Middleton opted for a look in the holiday's traditional hue, and rather than recycling the Emilia Wickstead coat-dress she's worn to the St. Patrick's Day parade the past two years (pictured below), this year she chose a pine green, wool trench coat from Hobbs London (currently still available on the site for $345!). The Duchess accessorized her look with a forest-colored belt, emerald pumps, a gold Cartier shamrock brooch, a Gina Foster fascinator that had its first outing on Christmas day, and an oversized sprig of clovers. Talk about one festive look!
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