Princess Sofia of Sweden may have borrowed a dress from a friend for a recent formal engagement, but Kate Middleton is still the reigning queen—or, shall we say, duchess—of recycling wardrobe items. On Sunday, the royal stepped out for the RAF Air Cadets 75th anniversary celebration in London wearing a very familiar coat.
For the outing, which took place at St. Clement Danes Church, Middleton donned a powder blue Alexander McQueen coat, which she previously wore on her 2014 trip to New Zealand. The Duchess of Cambridge paired her luxe topper with a Lock & Co. hat and dark blue suede Rupert Sanderson pumps. This was Middleton's first official engagement as Honorary Air Commandant of the RAF Air Cadets, an occasion she marked with a sizable RAF brooch on her coat.
While celebrating the anniversary, Middleton also took the time to reveal some exciting news about Prince George. As it turns out, the young royal wants to join the RAF Air Cadets. The proud mom revealed Prince George's career aspirations to Lucinda Conder, a 19-year-old cadet. "He is now obsessed with the air cadets and wants to join," Conder told reporters. Can you say cutest pilot ever?
The Duchess of Cambridge today marked the 75th anniversary year of the RAF Air Cadets at her first official engagement as Honorary Air Commandant of the organisation. Her Royal Highness attended a service at RAF church St Clement Danes, followed by a reception held nearby at the Royal Courts of Justice.