Kate Middleton is styling herself during lockdown thanks to custom-made wardrobe organised into 'seasons' & 'occasions'

KATE Middleton’s schedule may be busier than ever in lockdown – with three kids to look after, two to homeschool and endless royal duties to uphold – but one thing that’s never wavered is her effortlessly stylish wardrobe. 

Whether she’s playing bingo with a Welsh care home or chatting to Holly and Phil on This Morning, the Duchess of Cambridge continues to look effortlessly chic and she’s doing it all herself! 

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“Kate’s wardrobe at Amner is incredible,” a royal insider tells Fabulous. 

“She has a state of the art, well-lit, custom-made walk-in closet which they had installed back in 2015 when they did all the renovations.

“Her clothes are organised by 'seasons' and 'occasions' and carefully hung in see-through covers and on soft padded hangers when they’ve been cleaned and pressed.” 

Prior to lockdown, Kate would normally have a team of stylists to help her out for royal events including fashion coordinators Natasha Archer and Virginia Chadwyck-Healy, make-up artist Arabella Preston and hairdressers Richard Ward and Amanda Cook Tucker. 

Now though, she’s going with her own intuition and tips she’s picked up along the way. 

“Her Amner wardrobe is as pristine as the one they use at Kensington Palace,” the source adds. 

“Easily identifiable labels indicate what ‘occasion’ the clothes are for such as ‘Royal engagement,’ ‘Church, ‘Sport’ etc. and records are kept by her assistant and stylist as to exactly what Kate wore to what event and every accessory is photographed and logged too.” 

Kate and William, like the majority of the nation, have been following government guidelines and taking lockdown seriously.While their staff may have been stripped back, the pair aren’t afraid to muck in and make life work.

“Kate has not and would never put her stylist or any of her staff in an embarrassing position of locating a favourite piece of clothing during the lockdown pandemic despite all her Zoom calls and charity videos. She has made do with the clothes she has in her Anmer closet,” the insider says. 

At a time where supporting the UK has never felt more important, Kate, 38, has been championing British designers wearing the likes of Beulah London, Tabitha Webb, LK Bennett and recycling some of her old wardrobe too. 

Keen-eyed Royal fashion enthusiasts have also spotted she’s worn every colour of the rainbow, a symbol of hope and compassion that has been applied to the NHS in support of key workers on the frontline of dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic. 

KATE HAS LITERALLY WORN A RAINBOW 🌈 Our duchess of impact has quite literally used her lockdown wardrobe to send a message, and WE ARE HERE FOR IT 👏🏼

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In more Kate news, read about how she's been turning her hand to hairdressing and cutting George, Charlotte and Louis hair during lockdown.

And we got a rare glimpse inside Kate’s childhood home with perfectly-manicured lawns and family photos on display during a lockdown video.

In more royal news, the Queen, Kate and William lead a heartwarming royal tribute to hero nurses on the coronavirus frontline.

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