Fashion icon Kate Middleton has done it again! The 37-year-old royal decided to recycle one of her signature looks and rewear her stunning Robinson Pelham earrings she sported on her 2011 wedding day to Prince William to Easter church service at St George’s Chapel.
Kate completed the look by wearing an Alexander McQueen coat-dress and a light blue fascinator by Jane Taylor. When she arrived to the the church on Sunday, April 21, she looked absolutely divine — and the best part about her outfit was her pear-cut diamond drop earrings.
Kate, whose known for recycling a lot of her looks, probably rewore her wedding day earrings to pay homage to her and William’s upcoming 8th wedding anniversary on Monday, April 29. The couple tied the knot at London’s Westminster Abbey and in their vows they promised to “love, comfort, honor, and keep” each other until the end of time. How sweet!
Since becoming a duchess, Kate has welcomed three kids with William, 36. Although she has the life that every little girl has dreamed of, she’s still getting the hang of juggling her royal duties with her mom life.
“William and the children mean everything to Kate, so she’s determined to create a healthy balance between her personal life and her future role,” a source recently revealed to Us Weekly. “It’s taken a long time to get to where she is today, but she’s ready.”
Besides, if Kate ever becomes queen, she’ll surely be ready to lead England with her husband by her side. “Kate’s been taking on new responsibilities little by little over the last few years, so it won’t be a shock when the time comes,” royal expert Rebecca Long recently explained to Us Weekly. “William and Kate are the favorite royals to take the crown in many generations, so the people of the U.K. are very excited about it.”