Pippa Middleton wore this chic Zara coat & it’s still available

It’s not often Pippa Middleton graces us with a public appearance. Now that she’s a new mum, the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister prefers to keep a low profile, keeping her family life with husband James Matthews and baby son Arthur Matthews out of the spot light.

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However, the 35-year-old – who hasn’t really been seen since Princess Eugenie’s wedding in October – was recently spotted enjoying a leisurely stroll in London with her family and of course, her stylish outfit caught our attention.

Chic as ever, Pippa wore a classic Zara coat and she looked so good that we’re not desperate to get our hands on one of our own. Luckily, we can do just that as the stunning camel coat is still in stock at our favourite high street retailer. And what’s more? Unlike most of Pippa’s wardrobe (she loves her designer gear) the coat, which features front welt pockets and contrast double-breasted button fastening in the front, is totally affordable as it is currently on sale for £49.99, down fro £69.99.

 

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BUTTONED DOUBLE-BREASTED COAT, £49.99, Zara

Perfect for the winter season, the coat can be styled with almost anything of your choice thanks to its neutral beige colour. Though judging by the cooler climate, you may want to layer it up with a nice scarf and a lovely bit of knitwear.

Earlier this week, Pippa and Kate’s mother Carol Middleton did her first UK press interview in years with The Telegraph, where she spoke about her famous family and revealed the biggest fear she had about Kate’s wedding to Prince Harry.

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She shared that her ‘biggest fear was that I’d lose my family’ but also expressed that she was lucky to have’ two lovely son-in-law’s.’

The 63-year-old also revealed that she was very hands for the planning of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding, telling the newspaper: ‘We talked about music…everything, I think the most important thing, as a parent, is to listen to what your daughter wants. You can have all the ideas in the world but it has to be about them.’