9 Times the Royal Family Showed Off Their Casual Side
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9 Times the Royal Family Showed Off Their Casual Side


It’s not all Oscar de le Renta and Givenchy over at Kensington Palace. Yep, many a member of the royal family—Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle included—are quite skilled at the art of dressing down. Here, our favorite casual ensembles as seen across the pond (and how to get each look!).

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When Kate Wore Army Green to Drop By a British Garden

Flat boots, jeans and a jacket that prioritizes function over fashion. Love.

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And Showed Up to a Charity Event in a Pseudo Track Suit

She’s just a normal mom picking up George and Char in the carpool line watching kids play tennis for a good cause.

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When Meghan Markle Wore Jeans to the Invictus Games

Bold move for her first (public) date with Prince Harry in Toronto.

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And Donned Stretchy Pants for the Same Event in Sydney Harbour

We like this look almost as much as Kate’s tennis garb.

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Kate Loves a Good Breton Top

She’s on her way to hang with a crew of marathoners. Sneakers were the obvious choice.

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See? She Can’t Get Enough

Snapped at a polo match when George was just an itty bitty babe.

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When Meghan Casually Strolled Around a Park in New Zealand

Bulky coat (and baby bump cover-up) required.

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Speaking of Coats, Kate & Will Went Ziplining Dressed in Red

Casual, but somehow still totally chic.

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Stop the Royal Presses: The Queen Went Out in Pants

It was 2006 and thank god she paired them with a royal jewel tone. We need at least some consistency, Liz.

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