Every time we think Duchess Kate can’t possibly look any more chic, she takes it up a notch!
The 37-year-old stepped out to the Natural History Museum in London on Oct. 9 rocking a very creative and colourful look that showcased her keen sense of style, and combined maroon and green – not something we see often!
Kate wore her hair down, showing off what looks to be a fresh colouring! There are blonde highlights there now, when before she had opted for chestnut! At one point, a breeze caught her long locks, pushing them back from her ears just far enough for royal watchers to catch a glimpse of her Asprey Woodland Collection Oak Leaf earrings. She had a thin line of mascara on her eyelashes and was also wearing nude lipstick and a bit of blush on her cheeks.
The mom of three loves the Natural History Museum, and was visiting its Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity, where she learned about how staff are protecting UK wildlife. She loves taking her kids there, too, having previously revealed Prince George and Princess Charlotte “adore” the museum. George’s first birthday portraits were taken at the Sensational Butterflies exhibit in 2014.
This is likely the last time we’ll see Kate before she and Prince William set off on their tour of Pakistan. They arrive on Oct. 14 and will be in the country until Oct. 18. Kensington Palace revealed last week that the journey is the “most complex” tour the couple have embarked on to date, and will see them travel more than 1,000 kilometres around the country, from the capital Islamabad to the border city of Lahore to the mountains in the north.
We can’t wait to see the important work William and Kate will do on tour and catch a glimpse of the amazing looks Kate is sure to wear during the journey!