Kate Middleton and Prince William Wore Matching Outfits To Drive a Tractor
Kate Middleton and Prince William traded in the dark hues and formal outfits they wore through Prince Philip's mourning period for casual (and matching) springtime ensembles.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge escaped the city on Tuesday and traveled to a farm in northeast England to, you know, operate heavy machinery and hang out with sheep — as royals do.
The couple, who's celebrating 10 years of marriage on Thursday, coordinated in camo green jackets and dark blue pants (denim for Kate). Middleton layered her jacket over an oatmeal-hued fair isle sweater and topped the rustic outfit off with her beloved brown leather Penelope Chilvers boots.
The outing is something of a romantic one, as the royals' second visit of the day was to The Cheesy Waffles Project, a local youth charity that was among 26 organizations that the Cambridges supported with their Royal Wedding Charitable Gift Fund.