Kate Middleton has a lot of favorite designers, most all of them British, but there are two in particular that she has worn more than any others: Jenny Packham and Alexander McQueen. Yesterday the Duchess of Cambridge decided to pull a twofer, wearing both of her go-to labels in one day while on her royal tour of New Zealand. First, she opted for a McQueen coatdress (left), a look she has donned on quite a few occasions.
Most recently, she wore a tartan version for Christmas services at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham last December. And two months prior to that, Kate wore a cream style for Prince George's Christening at the Chapel Royal at St. James' Palace. And of course, she has also two military-inspired looks by the brand back in 2011.
Then there's Middleton's other favorite (and probably her most worn) designer: Packham. Since giving birth to George eight months ago, Catherine has worn JP five times—and two of the looks were custom-made!
In fact, besides her wedding dress (which as we all know was McQueen), Kate's best gowns have been by Packham. So sure, Kate is a creature of habit but her habits seem to be what we (and the rest of the world) can't seem to get enough of.
Which of Middleton's Packham or McQueen look is your favorite?