Another day, another stylish look! Duchess Kate continued her 24-hour tour of the UK to launch her "5 big questions on the under 5s" survey on Jan. 22 as she stepped out in Cardiff, Wales. And she looked chic as ever!
Kate visited the Ely & Caerau Children's Centre and was photographed outside the venue wrapped up in a timeless camel coat by Massimo Dutti. It had a tailored shape and came to mid-calf. Her black turtleneck and pendant necklace by Daniella Draper were visible beneath the collared outerwear.
Inside the centre, Kate visited a cottage and removed her coat to reveal a stylish pleated leopard-print skirt from Zara. Her long-sleeved black top and necklace were now clearly on display. The warm winter ensemble was rounded out by tall black boots.
The Duchess of Cambridge's golden brown hair was parted down the centre and styled in full soft waves. Very natural, peachy makeup completed the look.
This is the second time Kate has worn Zara recently. The mom of three sported an elegant plaid dress from the retailer with an Alexander McQueen coat when she visited Bradford on Jan. 15 with Prince William. The royal engagement was the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first joint outing of 2020.
As part of the duchess's whirlwind tour of the UK to launch her initiative, she surprised everyone on Jan. 21 when she visited the Birmingham Science Museum. She struck a colourful note in a mint green and navy chevron pussy-bow blouse by Tabitha Webb.