The Duchess of Cambridge looked lovely in red as she visited a primary school in North London on Monday (Feb. 6). Kate kicked off a busy week of engagements in style in the ensemble from Italian label Luisa Spagnoli, which she has previously worn on a number of occasions.
The two-piece suit features a pure wool jacket with black buttons and cinched waist detail and a matching red skirt. The Duchess teamed the ensemble with black court shoes and a clutch bag, styling her glossy brunette locks into her signature bouncy blow dry.
Kate first wore the $260 (£160) skirt and $545 (£335) jacket on a visit to St Andrews in 2011, and has since stepped out in the sophisticated suit during her royal tour of New Zealand in 2014 and to attend a ceremony where she became the Honorary Air Commandant of the RAF Air Cadets in Dec. 2015.
The 35-year-old appeared in high spirits as she joined her husband Prince William at Mitchell Brook Primary School in North West London on Monday to mark the start of Children's Mental Health Week. The royal couple are meeting staff and pupils and presenting a "Kindness Cup" to the child who has "has shown exceptional kindness in their school community and beyond". Children's Mental Health Week 2017 focuses on kindness and its benefits for wellbeing. Place2Be is encouraging youngsters to "spread a little kindness" in school and at home.
Place2Be is one of eight charities behind the Heads Together campaign led by the Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry. It aims to change the national conversation on mental health and is the official charity of for this year's London Marathon. This evening, William and Kate will attend a Guild of Health Writers conference focusing on mental health, which is backed by Heads Together.