Published: Sat, March 25, 2017
Culture | By Kelly Harrison

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Kate Middleton stuck to her winning combination of dresses by her favourite British designers, a crowd pleaser for her hosts and a recycled look on her recent visit to France.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have met with victims and emergency workers from the Bataclan and Nice terror attacks on the final day of their visit to Paris.

Earlier in the day, the royal couple attended a St. Patrick's Day parade in London, where Middleton, wearing a forest green Catherine Walker coat with matching Lock & Co. fascinator and Gianvito Rossi suede pumps, handed out sprigs of shamrocks to Battalion Irish Guards and drank Guinness with Prince William.

As part of their two-day official tour the couple also took part in a game of rugby with school children at an event to highlight ties between French and British youngsters.

Yesterday, we were gushing over Kate Middleton's Jenny Packham gown and now, we're all about her Chanel ensemble.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton are continuing their Paris trip with a more somber outing following their night of glamour on Friday.

But it was while attending a welcome reception at the British Embassy that the duchess wore a black calf-length Alexander McQueen dress that was sleeveless and belted; she paired it with strappy black heels and accessorized with an oversize necklace.

The royal family has scheduled a series of visits to European countries in the months ahead - including William's and Kate's July visit to Germany and Poland - to remind Great Britain's European neighbors that they are still allies and partners after last summer's Brexit vote. During the visit Kate donned a Chanel coatdress, belt, and shoes, a nod to the classic French designer.

William and Kate are also planning to attend the Six Nations rugby global between France and Wales at the Stade de France on Saturday.

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