Kate Middleton comes out in a white suit with pants while the royal expert talks about Harry’s “bizarre” language

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, came out in “recycled” clothes by Alexander McQueen that she had previously worn on a Caribbean tour with her husband, Prince William.

The Duke and Duchess made a series of official engagements on Wednesday to mark Wind Day, which celebrates the British-Caribbean community.


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The first stop was a Brixton-based youth organization called ELEVATE, which works with young British-Caribbean creative talents.

The couple then headed to Waterloo Station to unveil a new monument honoring the “Windrush generation” – those Caribbean migrants who arrived in the UK in the late 1940s to help rebuild the country after World War II.

Kate looked stunning in an elegant white Alexander McQueen jacket and custom pants – in the clothes she recently wore on a tour of Jamaica.

The blazer sells for about $ 2,400 and the pants for about $ 1,050.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge talk to participants during a visit to the ELEVATE initiative at Brixton House on 22 June. credit: WPA Pool/Getty Images

The outfit was complemented by a Mulberry Amberley bag, worth about $ 1,420, and Chalk earrings, worth about $ 125.

On Thursday, Kate paired her white suit with pants with a white top, but compared it to a dark orange blouse in Jamaica.

Kate wears the same white blazer in Jamaica, paired with an orange top. credit: Karwai Tang/WireImage

While the Duchess regularly wears expensive designer clothes, she also loves high street brands and regularly recycles her clothing combination.

She is a dedicated supporter of English brands – Alexander McQueen and Mulberry are both well-known English labels.

Even Kate’s earring brand, Chalk, is based in London and handcrafted by British-Caribbean architect Malaika Carr.

Kate Middleton in a suit with Alexander McQueen pants. credit: WPA Pool/Getty Images

Although Queen Elizabeth was unable to attend the unveiling of the monument at Waterloo Station, she issued a statement saying it was an “appropriate thanks to the Windrush pioneers and their descendants, in recognition of their deep contribution to the United Kingdom over the decades.”

The Duchess of Cambridge talks to a girl during the unveiling of the National Wind Monument at Waterloo Station on June 22. credit: WPA Pool/Getty Images

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Megan’s apparently strained relations with the rest of the Windsor House continue to provoke waves, and one royal expert discusses Harry’s “bizarre language” during an interview at the Invictus Games.

During the interview, Harry said that he was traveling to Great Britain for a long weekend on the occasion of the jubilee in order to “protect” the queen.

“I’m just making sure she’s protected, you know, and has the right people around her,” he said in an interview.

It seems to have shaken a few feathers in the Palace.

Royal experts say that Prince Harry is still not at the mercy of the rest of the royal family. Image file. credit: Samir Hussein/WireImage

“It was all, somehow, bizarre language, he was there to protect the queen, and these things are (not) going very well,” a Royal correspondent told Mirrorsaid Russell Myers.

“If (the relationship) needs to be improved, then there must be a little more water under the bridge.”

Myers said the rest of the royal family is still angry about the controversial interview Harry and Meghan gave to Oprah Winfrey in the US.

Harry and Meghan talk to Oprah Winfrey. credit: AP

“The people I talk to at the Palace every day, and who are obviously very, very well connected to top players … are still absolutely furious.

“You can’t continue, you know, an international television interview with Oprah Winfrey, complaining about your treatment with your family and then you want to sit with them while you’re still giving interviews.”

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