Kate Middleton Wore Her Go-To Skinny Jeans With Full-On Camo Everything
Kate Middleton already has more titles than most people can remember, including Princess of Wales (Easy!) and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland and Countess of Carrick and Baroness of Renfrew in Northern Ireland.
She added another today: colonel-in-chief of the 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards, which complements the two she received in August: Commodore-in-Chief of the Fleet Air Arm and Royal Honorary Air Commodore of Royal Air Force Coningsby.
The newly minted colonel-in-chief isn't afraid to show off her love for thin jeans, wearing them even when the trend cycle shifts to different designs, but this may be the first time she's teamed her go-to skinnies with hiking boots, a tactical vest, and a helmet.
However, before changing into the camo-print uniform, she came in her go-to outfit: a jacket, slacks, and a turtleneck. Of course, with November being Remembrance Day, Kate added a poppy pin.
Kate not only got to drive an armoured vehicle and hand out medals to servicemen and women at the royal appointment today, but she also received a super-sentimental souvenir, according to Glamour. Brigadier Alan Richmond gave her a brooch once owned by Her Majesty the Queen Mother.
The regiment of the 1st Queen's Dragoon Guards was founded in 1685 as a Royal Armoured Corps regiment. The group was originally made up of two cavalry regiments: the 1st King's Dragoon Guards and The Queen's Bays.