Kate Middleton spotted shopping at second-hand store

London: Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, who has been praised several times over for not being conscious about repeating her ensembles, doesn't even mind shopping from a second-hand store.

Middleton drove down 25 miles from her country house in Anmer to visit a second-hand shop in neighboring Holt on Friday, reports people.com. 

In a blue M Missoni coat, she browsed racks of dresses at the store -- and the dresses were an opposite to the clothes she wears at formal public events, reports people.com.

The store benefits East Anglia's Children's Hospices, a cause that she holds dear. 

Inside, she met volunteers and families who benefit from the charity's support. The hospice currently cares for 700 children, young people and family members, including 300 based at the facility at Quidenham. 

Middleton also bought a Fireman Sam book and a figurine.