The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in yet another stylish maternity outfit on Wednesday (Jan. 24) for a visit to King's College. Braving the rainy cold in a pastel blue coat by Seraphine and navy pumps, the pregnant mother-of-two wowed crowds outside the Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience.
As always, Duchess Kate looked the picture of health with her delightful pregnancy glow – her features delicately enhanced with neutral makeup tones, including brown eyeshadow, a pinky nude lip and a flick of mascara. Her warm brunette locks were expertly teased into a high ponytale. Kate chatted with the clinicians and patients during her trip and learned more about the issues surrounding maternal mental health.
Mental health is a subject close to the wife of Prince William's heart, and she regularly champions awareness for the cause. On Tuesday, she gave a speech during a visit to Roe Green Junior School in Kingsbury, pledging her commitment to helping the "youngest and most vulnerable" asshe launched the pilot of a new mental health website aimed at providing resources for primary school teachers supporting their pupils. It's been a very busy week so far for the mother of Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two. On Tuesday morning the 36-year-old dazzled the crowd in a stunning blue coat by Sportmax, and jazzed up her neckline with a pretty printed scarf by Beluah London which co-ordinated perfectly with the bold hue. She finished off her typically classically stylish look with navy heels by Rupert Sanderson. The Duchess clearly has amassed quite an impressive coat collection – our reigning favourite at the moment has to be the checked design she wore on Christmas Day, by Miu Miu.