We're all falling for the Duchess of Cambridge's new coat.
Upon arrival at the National Football Museum in Manchester Friday, Kate Middleton looked ever the style icon in a navy and pink plaid coat designed by Erdem from the label's 2016 resort collection.
Though the 34-year-old mother of two is known to repeat outfits, this look is a brand new addition to the royal closet. This isn't the first time Middleton has sported an Erdem jacket—she's partial to the brand's designs and has previously donned green and lace versions. We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but unfortunately the jacket is already sold out.
Middleton complemented the coat with a pair of navy pumps and an effortless ponytail.
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While the public has paid steady attention to the royal's fashion choices over the years, the duchess has sported some of her best looks to date in recent weeks. Before heading to Manchester, Middleton stepped out solo in the Netherlands in an elegant powder blue peplum suit designed by Catherine Walker.
Days earlier, she topped off her trip to Canada in a $1,332 Preen crimson cocktail dress that will live forever in the annals of royal fashion history.
After making a splash in her new coat, the Duchess of Cambridge greeted the crowd at the museum—though she may have had to do a double take first.
Not to fret—the joke paid off as Kate laughed along with the masked children. All in good fun—and fashion!
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Meanwhile, Prince William showed off his football skills by kicking a ball in the museum's penalty shoot-out game simulator.
Even in a suit, the royal had no qualms about getting in the sporty spirit.