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Kate Middleton Found the Perfect Coat for Christmas

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Kate Middleton and Prince William communicated the importance of Christmas this year in longer-than-usual coats at the St. Mary Magdalene Church on the Queen's Norfolk estate. Kate opted for shades of brown, wearing a double-breasted tweed style as she greeted admirers outside the church. Prince George couldn't make it, as Kate admitted that he would be too disruptive during the service. Needless to say, the Duchess also showcased her silky, perfectly curled hair, shielding it from the cold with a pillbox hat. If only William's poor head had such protection.

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