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Kate Middleton is on the second day of her solo tour of Denmark, and while yesterday she opted for a chic attire – including this sustainable pearl necklace – to visit Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project at the University of Copenhagen, today she went way more casual.
Why? Because the Duchess visited Stenurten Forest Kindergarten this morning, and the outing required her to build a campfire and do other outdoorsy activities.
So it’s only natural she recycled one of her favourite wax jackets, by British brand Seeland. Kate’s khaki version cost £209 and is old season so you can’t buy it anymore, however there’s a virtually identical one on the site for just £150, which you can purchase below.
To keep her feet dry, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for her trusted low Blundstone boots, which cost £170.
Leather boots – £170 at Blundstone
Classic, timeless antique brown leather contoured to fit snugly and securely to your foot. Crafted from genuine leather The deeper sole units coupled with XRD™ Technology provide exemplary cushioning for optimal shock absorption. The iconic round toe design with coordinating elasticated panels complete the Blundstone look.
She finished off her look with a cosy white rollneck jumper and a pair of skinny jeans.
Kate is expected to return to the UK later this week.