The Duchess of Cambridge revealed the results of her legacy project on early childhood development with her survey results “5 Big Insights.” With videos, interviews and personal chats shared via Kensington Palace–Kate gave an overview of the survey responses and touched on some of her own personal parenthood challenges.
To present the findings, Kate opted for a few stylish throwbacks from her own closet. The mom of three wore a Zara waffle knit blazer first spotted on the royal in October of 2016 on tour in Canada. Available in size X-Small, Small and Medium on eBay.
The duchess also showed off her thrifty side by wearing a cobalt blue ‘Trina’ blazer dress last seen in March 2012. Shop similar HERE
Kate once again sported her Daniella Draper pendant necklace. Shop similar HERE
For another video released by the palace, Kate wore a variety of casual and professional attire. The 38-year-old opted for her Marks and Spencer Italian wool blend dusky pink blazer. Select sizes of the M&S jacket are available on eBay.
The duchess also wore her Accessorize rope earrings.
In addition, the future Queen consort donned a Barbour Edith Waxed Cotton Jacket in the shade sand. (Available size 16 in navy). The jacket is part of the Alexa Chung and Barbour collaboration collection — the country style topper is made from glossy waxed cotton and has a corduroy collar with classic checked lining. A similar coat called the ‘Violet’ is still available and features a hunter green plaid interior.
There’s also a Barbour jacket with a removable hood available at Nordstrom that is similar to Kate’s coat.
The duchess also wore a sweater believed to be sleeve seam wool blend sweater from Co (ID Middleton Maven).
In other clips — Kate wore her polka dot slim signature Equipment blouse. On sale at Nordstrom HERE
Kate also wore a new Gap cable knit sweater turtleneck sweater in the shade ‘Modern Red.’
For the final video, the duchess brought back her Gucci pussybow blouse.
Kate had a cheeky down-to-earth reply when asked how she handles toddler tantrums in her household and said she’d “like to ask the experts.”