The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rounded out their final overseas visit before Kate gives birth in April with a fun day in Oslo, the last of their jam-packed royal tour of Sweden and Norway. Kate started the day in yet another chic ensemble, this time a double-breasted maroon coat by Dolce & Gabbana, black gloves, a Mulberry clutch and suede pumps.
The parents of Prince George, four, and two-year-old Princess Charlotte travelled to the Hartvig Nissen School which is the set of the hugely successful Norwegian television programme called Skam. The visit was an action-packed one; William and Kate met with the actors and actresses of the popular show to hear more about the beloved series. They then proceeded to meet with the students to learn about the effect Skam has had on bringing the challenges teenagers face out into the open, and the role played by social media.
Pregnant Kate looked typically stylish and ready for the busy day ahead in her statement coat, despite the freezing conditions. She wore her long brunette tresses loose and accessorized with simple jewellery. Her best accessory? That inimitable pregnancy glow, which she accented with typically flawless makeup – her skin perfected with neutral foundation paired with simple brown eyeshadow, a nude lip and a smattering of mascara.
The Duchess looked particularly fresh and full of life, despite the fact that she had a late dinner the evening before. The 36-year-old was the belle of the ball at the sumptuous event which took place at the royal place, with King Harald in attendance. Kate wore a flowing opal-coloured Alexander McQueen gown and wore her locks in a stylish updo. She added diamond drop earrings borrowed from the Queen and a glamorous clutch bag for the occasion, as Prince William proceeded to speak at the glittering dinner.