Kate Middleton nailed rainy day fashion in a $1,200 green coat

Max Mumby/ Indigo/ GettyKate Middleton nailed rainy day fashion with a green and black look.
  • The Duchess of Cambridge wore an all-green ensemble during her visit to Blackpool, England on Wednesday.
  • Middleton met fans outside in the rain while wearing a $US1,200 Sportmax coat and peacock print Michael Kors midi dress.
  • The dress has now sold out online.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge greeted excited fans during their visit to Blackpool, England on Wednesday – but it was Kate Middleton’s stunning rainy day outfit that had everyone talking.

Middleton, 37, wore a £940 ($US1,235) striking green coat from Italian fashion brand Sportmax.

GettyImages 1134120035Max Mumby/ Indigo/ Getty ImagesMiddleton wore a £940 ($US1,235) Sportmax coat.

It’s not the first time fans have drawn winter-themed fashion inspiration from the royal. In fact, the duchess is known for her extensive coat collection, which has helped combat the UK’s chillier months.

Middleton paired the coat with an elegant £225 ($US295) Michael Kors dress. Fans got a glimpse of the peacock print ensemble as she leaned down to chat with younger members of the audience.

GettyImages 1134120133Max Mumby/ Indigo/ Getty ImagesShe paired the look with black boots.

The dress – which has long sleeves and a high-neck collar – has sold out online.

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Kate Middleton dressMichael KorsThe £225 ($US295) Michael Kors dress she wore is already sold out.

However, her £435 ($US570) bold statement bag from Manu Atelier is still available for fans to get their hands on.

Kate MiddletonMax Mumby/ Indigo/ Getty ImagesKate’s £435 ($US570) bold statement bag from Manu Atelier is still available.

The fern clutch bag, which comes with an additional shoulder strap, completed the gorgeous green ensemble.

The duchess rounded off the look with a pair of knee-high black boots.

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