The Duchess of Cambridge looked casually fashion-forward on Wednesday (Nov 22) afternoon as she visited Birmingham for a day of engagements, accompanied by her husband, Prince William. This was the pair's second appearance of the day, which took them to the Aston Villa Football Club, where her and Prince William saw the work of the Coach Core program and met with the representatives. The pregnant mother-of-two looked fit for a day of football as she looked around the stadium, sticking once again to an all-black outfit, consisting of a black funnel-necked jumper, slim fit black jeans and dark hued trainers. She topped the look off with a red puffa jacket by Perfect Moment, which had a high collar and statement pads, together with silver zip detail. Kate, who has suffered with severe morning sickness throughout her pregnancy, looked to be back on top form at the event.
This followed on from the Duke and Duchess's first port of call, which was the Jaguar Land Rover's Solihull Manufacturing Plant. The royal couple were given an informative demonstration of the site before making their way to the Vehicle Assembly area, where they viewed the assembly line, heard about the manufacturing process and met with eager staff and apprentices. The couple even were given the chance to test drive one of the vehicles, in the designated, off-road driving area. The mother-of-two, who is expecting her third child, seemed to be in great spirits and sported a radiant, fresh pregnancy glow as she greeted staff happily during the official outing.
Duchess Kate has a remarkable wardrobe, featuring abundance of sparkling occasion dresses that ensure she stands out from the crowd. But the sporty Duchess also regularly steps out in more casual attire - managing to do so in her typically classic, well-put together way.