The Duchess of Cambridge looked to sister-in-law Meghan Markle for style inspiration once again this afternoon, as she touched down in Cyprus wearing a tailored ensemble.
In a rare sartorial move, the 37-year-old ditched her go-to skirt in favour of chic wide-leg trousers – a style tactic famously favoured by the Duchess of Sussex.
The mother-of-three also strayed from her recent festive colour palette, instead opting for an olive-hued Smythe blazer – one of the Duchess of Sussex’s go-to brands.
Meghan has worn the Canadian brand twice since joining the royal family, famously choosing a Smythe camel-hued coat for her second public engagement in Brixton on January 9.
Most recently, she wore a $1,195 regal blue number by the label for her Kensington Palace cookbook launch. In less surprising news, both coats have since sold out.
A pair of $341 co-ordinating heels and clutch (both by LK Bennett) tied in with the royal airport aesthetic.
Fashion followers will be also pleased to learn that the latter is currently on sale. We don’t know about you, but it’s going straight to the top of our Christmas wish list.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at @RAFAkrotiri in Cyprus to meet Serving personnel, families living on the base, wider station personnel and members of the local community. pic.twitter.com/x5sR34QrvL
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 5, 2018
After donning Princess Diana’s tiara last night, the Duchess of Cambridge gave a more laid back approach to the accessories game today by recycling her favourite $8,700 Asprey London oak leaf earrings to finish.
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