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HELLO! readers vote Kate Middleton's scouts outfit their favourite look
Kate Middleton's busy week of public engagements saw the Duchess step out in a variety of stylish outfits. But amid the smart coats and elegant hats the look that HELLO! Online readers voted as their favourite was Kate's dressed down appearance for her day with the scouts.
Pregnant Kate swapped her heels for wellies and dressed her baby-bump in a cosy khaki jacket for the style that stormed to victory with 58% of the vote. The Duchess of Cambridge accessorised the country-chic ensemble with a tweed peaked cap, fingerless gloves and a traditional navy blue, red and white Scout neckerchief.
In at number two was the outfit Kate chose for her second engagement of the week. For her visit to the Child Bereavement charity in Buckinghamshire with husband Prince William, Kate kept up her loyalty to the Great British high street by wearing a Topshop peter pan collar dress under a £560 coat by Goat.
Taking 14% of the vote and third place in the poll was the Duchess' teal coat dress which she showcased on a visit to London's Underground. Kate proved that Princesses think alike by wearing the coat by Danish designer Malene Birgir as Princess Mary of Denmark also wore it when she was pregnant six years ago.
In fourth poistion was the Duchess' St Patrick's Day outfit. Kate protected herself from the miserable Hampshire weather in the same coat she wore on St Patrick's Day last year. In-keeping with Ireland's national day, the Emilia Wickstead coat was dark green in colour and dressed with shamrocks.
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