Princess Kate appeared to take fashion tips from the late Queen Elizabeth II as she stepped out in a striking red outfit for an important state visit.
The Princess of Wales greeted South Korean president Yoon Suk Yeol and his wife Kim Keon Hee on Tuesday.
Appearing to conform to the Queen’s sentiment that “I must be seen to be believed”, Kate opted for a bright red cape-style coat that she matched with a top hat, clutch bag and heels all in the same scarlett colour.
Stood next to King Charles and Camilla, Kate stood out amongst the crowd, with rest of the royals opting for navy.
Kate has previously worn the bow-adorned coat for the Together at Christmas carol service, which she hosted in 2021.
The outfit was designed by Catherine Walker & Co, a Chelsea-based designer that has created formalwear for Kate since she first stepped foot inside Buckingham Palace.
And the outfit choice appeared to have a more important meaning, with Queen Camilla donning a blue outfit that, along with Kate, showed the shades of the taegeuk symbol.
This features on the South Korea flag and represents balance in the universe.
“This is a powerful greeting statement, it’s a wonderful welcome colour,” Jules Standish, a colour expert and author, told The Telegraph.
“There is a lovely contrast between Camilla’s serene, calming outfit and Kate’s energetic, fun and festive look.”
Kate was seen standing at the official welcome ceremony that took place on Horse Guards Parade.
And it appears Kate is using the secret trick she learned from the late Queen, ensuring she stands out in the crowd with her fashion choices.