Kate was still in the middle of promoting her big "5 questions on the under 5's" survey this month, which ran until Feb. 21. But she kicked the month off in glamorous style at the BAFTAs on Feb. 2 with the Duke of Cambridge!
The mom of three arrived in a gorgeous Alexander McQueen gown that we last saw her wear in Malaysia in 2012. She paired the look with sparkly Jimmy Choo pumps and a necklace and earring set by Van Cleef & Arpels. The duchess carried a stunning gold clutch. Attendees were asked not to wear new dresses to the BAFTAs this year and opt for previously-worn wardrobe items or sustainable options. Given that the Royal Family are passionate environmentalists and are keen supporters of keeping the Earth green, Kate happily obliged!
We next saw the duchess with William two days later, when the couple travelled to Wales. She was clad in a long, tailored navy coat by Hobbs, which she brightened with a vivid red Zara dress. She added even more colour and a dash of romance with a pink and red heart-print scarf. She rounded out the ensemble with a red Mulberry clutch and tall black boots from Stuart Weitzman.
On Feb. 11, Kate pulled out a very appropriate military-style navy skirt suit by Alexander McQueen for a trip to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre in Loughborough, England with William, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla. The navy jacket featured a defined waist and contrasting silver buttons. She paired the chic piece with a matching pleated skirt that came to mid-calf. Tall black boots and black gloves made it a warm winter ensemble.
The very next day, Kate travelled to Northern Ireland and Scotland for surprise engagements. In Northern Ireland, she visited The Ark Open Farm in Newtownards, where she helped children feed a lamb and also promoted her "5 questions on the under 5's" survey.
She was clad in a khaki green jacket by Barbour with a John Lewis sky blue turtleneck, black skinny jeans and her favourite Penelope Chilvers tall brown tassel boots. When she later jetted off to Aberdeen, Scotland, Kate opted for a sky blue blazer and black boots instead of her jacket and Penelope Chilvers footwear.
We saw Kate out twice just this week. On Feb. 25, she and William stepped out to the Noël Coward Theatre in London to see a production of Dear Evan Hansen. Kate looked gorgeous in a black tweed dress from London label Eponine, which she paired with her sparkly Jimmy Choo pumps from the BAFTAs and a similarly glittery clutch.
On Feb. 26, Kate looked cool, chic and casual at a SportsAid event in Stratford, London, where she sprinted and received a quick judo lesson. The duchess chose green Zara culottes and vegan shoes from Marks & Spencer for her look. When she arrived, she was clad in a blue blazer from beloved Canadian brand Smythe.
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