The Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, stepped out for her last engagement before she's due to give birth on Friday (March 27). For her last official outing, the pregnant royal, who is due to welcome the second royal baby in April, dressed her baby bump in a recycled pink Mulberry coat.
She paired the vibrant look with black suede pumps to make various visits across south London with husband Prince William.
It's not the first time we've seen the outerwear – she wore it during a day of engagements in New York in December.
After wearing the $2,800 (CAN) coat, it was sold out online within a matter of hours, another example of the "Kate effect."
William and Kate will tour the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust's centre in Deptford. The centre, which regularly hosts exhibitions, seminars and artistic events, is described as a "place for community learning and social research, inspiring and motivating young people."
The charity was founded in memory of teenager Stephen Lawrence, who was the fatal victim of a racially-motivated attack that happened in south-east London in 1993.
Ahead of William and Kate's arrival, Kensington Palace's official twitter account shared a photo taken at the venue for their first engagement.
"The stunning view of the London city skyline from #GipsyHill where The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit this morning to see work youth organisations @S_LawrenceTrust and xlplondon are doing with young people in South London," read the picture's caption.