Kate Middleton is often referred to as one of the most stylish members of the Royal Family. Today, the Duchess visited LEYF Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School and was pictured in a relaxed, yet stylish looking outfit – what did she wear?
The Duchess, who joined the Royal Family in 2011 after marrying Prince William in a highly televised wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London, looked stylish and chic today as she opted for an eye-catching longline, single-breasted, royal blue trench coat.
The coat was tailored to the Duchess’s slim physique and fell gracefully to her knees in a straight line.
The regal coat was simple and clean-cut, with a delicate collar and was embellished with two navy coloured buttons on the side.
The Duchess opted for a light white jumper for the occasion, which she kept untucked from her black jeans.
The white jumper had intricate detailing around the chest, almost appearing to be designed in a celtic knot design.
A slight lace collar could be seen poking up through the jumper, but it is not known whether it was part of the jumper design.
On the bottom, the Duchess chose to wear a simple pair of black skinny jeans that highlighted her toned legs.
For the occasion, Kate also decided to wear a pair of suede black cow-boy ankle boots.
The boots had a small heel, that added a few extra inches to her 5ft 9-inch frame, and a silver zip on the side.
The Duchess of Cambridge chose to keep her outfit simple and relaxed as she decided to only wear her engagement and wedding ring on her hand.
She opted for no other jewellery from her famous collection.
She kept her long, thick hair down and parted in the middle, that was styled in chic natural curls.
The royal kept her make-up simple with a slick of black eyeliner, light blush, and matte nude lipstick.
As she arrived at LEYF Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School, Kate was spotted greeting staff with a broad smile on her face.
Her latest visit comes after it was revealed that the Duchess is on a mission to help improve early childhood development.
While at the event, Kate was pictured playing with a group of young children.
The latest event is one of several public appearances made by the Duchess of Cambridge this week.
Yesterday, she attended an event at Evelina London that was run by the National Portrait Gallery Hospital.
For the occasion, the royal opted for a D&G black and white skirt suit that she was first spotted in last year.
The Duchess made the visit to the workshop to see how the creative arts can support the health, well-being, and happiness of children.
The royal is a Patron of Evelina London Children’s Hospital and Patron of the National Portrait Gallery.
She opted for a classy ensemble wearing a suit that had a structured jacket and matching pleated skirt.
The outfit featured a black, white and light blue design across the entire garment.