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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Kate turns up to Zara's wedding in a coat she last wore in 2006

Zara Phillips, the statuesque blond cousin of Prince William and eldest granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, is the latest royal to marry.

Phillips wed Mike Tindall, captain of England's rugby team, on Saturday in Edinburgh, Scotland. Guests at the private ceremony included Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip; Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge; Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall; Prince Harry, and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie.

The modest ceremony took place at Canongate Kirk, against the lush green of Scotland's countryside. Hundreds of locals came to celebrate the couple as the newlyweds departed the service to a chorus of bagpipes.

The reception will be held at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the queen's residence and site of many childhood visits from the often publicity-shy Phillips.

The bride's dress, designed by Stewart Parvin, was finished off with Jimmy Choo shoes and a Greek Key tiara on loan from Princess Anne, mother of the bride. Phillips does not have a royal title.

William and Catherine caused quite a stir to revelers along Edinburgh's Royal Mile, a famous stretch of cobblestone, as they departed the service in a car with Harry. Kate wore a beige day coat, which she'd worn previously in 2006, and a matching fascinator with floral detail.

Prince Harry introduced Zara and Mike in 2003 at a World Cup celebration in Australia. Tindall proposed to Philips, who is 13th in line for the throne, with a platinum ring decked out with pave diamonds.

Duchess of Cambridge, the wife of the future King of England, Kate has the world at her feet.
After establishing herself as a fashion icon, designers are constantly falling over themselves in a bid to dress the world's most famous royal.
But as she arrived at Canonbury Kirk for Zara Phillips' wedding this afternoon wearing a dress that has rested in her wardrobe for more than five years, it sent out the clear message that Kate has no desire to act as Royal clothes horse - nor did she wish to turn Zara's big day into a fashion parade.

Eschewing expensive new couture, Catherine dipped into her closet to find an old favourite, a chic embroidered coat she last wore in 2006 at the wedding of Laura Parker Bowles. It was a simple look, perhaps chosen deliberately so as to avoid any possibility of upstaging the bride.
She gave the pale gold outfit an update with an oversized tilted hat, lined on the underside with a bow and giant bloom. On her feet, her trademark nude pumps.
Five years ago when she wore the outfit last, Catherine chose a beige and black feathered hat and nude kitten heels.
Earlier this year, she was seen wearing the same blue jacquard coat dress to the Duke of Edinburgh's 90th birthday party, after previously breaking it out back in 2009.
Kate also wore the same black and white dress she had previously worn to a nightclub back in 2007 as she attended a friend's wedding in June.
And, as she began her royal tour of Canada with William earlier this month, Kate made the decision to wear the white Reiss dress she had donned for one of her official engagement photographs ahead of the pair's wedding in April.
It was reported earlier this year that the Duchess had told a friend she didn't want to be a 'clothes horse', and was intending to wear her outfits more than once.
She was quoted as telling a friend: 'Times are tough; I cannot be expected to wear a new outfit for every royal engagement. I am not a fashion model.'
The friend also apparently said: 'The Duchess is aware that people are struggling in the current economic climate.
'Changing outfits for every engagement is simply not practical nor affordable and would send out the wrong message.
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