What a wealth of appearances from Duchess Kate we've had this month!
The Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out many times in the last few weeks thanks to her new "5 questions on the under 5's" survey and several other initiatives.
We saw Kate and Prince William at their first joint engagement of 2020 in Bradford, where they visited local businesses and learned how youth are being helped find employment in the city. Kate looked stunning in a green Alexander McQueen coat, which she paired with a plaid Zara dress.
Just days later, we saw the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge again as they hosted a reception for the UK-Africa Investment Summit at Buckingham Palace. Kate looked breathtaking in a red Needle & Thread dress, which she paired with matching Gianvito Rossi heels and a similarly-coloured clutch. She also wore beautiful red Soru earrings.
Last week, Kate surprised royal watchers as she stepped out to the Birmingham Science Museum to launch her "5 questions on the under 5's" survey. She wore a very unique, patterned Tabitha Webb blouse and black slacks. The next day, she stepped out in a camel Massimo Dutti coat, which she paired with a black turtleneck and $17 Zara leopard-print dress.
This week has also seen a variety of looks from Kate. On Jan. 28, she stepped out to Evelina London Children's Hospital in a Dolce & Gabbana skirt suit that we'd seen before! She previously wore it last February while attending a "Mental Health In Education" conference at Mercers’ Hall in London. The next day, she wowed in a teal coat, cream Sézane sweater, black jeans and Russell & Bromley boots as she served breakfast to nursery and pre-school students in the UK capital.
But we want to know... which look did you like best? Let us know in the poll below and we'll announce your winner on Feb. 3!