The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Institute of Reproductive and Development Biology at London's Imperial College. Though she wore a white lab coat for most of the day, underneath, Kate sported an indigo, long-sleeved Emilia Wickstead dress, with a black belt and blue floral mask.
In a video posted on the Kensington Palace Instagram account, the Duchess of Cambridge sported a black dress with a matching blazer, accessorizing with a silver belt and pearl drop earrings. The video was taken inside the Natural History Museum, as Kate prepares to announce the winner of this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the day in London, visiting communities hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Kate ushered in fall with a red floral shirtdress, brown pumps, and her frequently-worn Liberty-print face mask from the boutique, Amaia.
For a visit to South Wales, Kate chose an Emilia Wickstead belted, floral midi dress. She paired the look with brown suede espadrilles and, when she was indoors, her liberty print face mask. Luckily, the dress proved flexible enough for Kate to engage in some intense arcade games.
While visiting the charity, Baby Basic UK & Baby Basics Sheffield, Kate re-wore a crisp, white shirtdress by Suzannah, which she previously sported for last year's Wimbledon match. When the Duchess entered the charity, she donned a liberty print face mask.
Duchess Kate looked summery and chic in a lavender, floral midi dress by Faithfull the Brand and tan Russell & Bromley espadrilles. Kate wore this outfit to visit her patronage, the Nook in Framlingham Earl, Norfolk, one of three East Anglia's Children's Hospices.
The Duchess chose a preppy yet functional look for a visit to Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk. Kate, a gardener herself, spoke with Fakenham's owners about their experience running the center during the COVID-19 pandemic. This outfit consisted of a light blue button down shirt, black skinny jeans, a Fjallraven vest, and green Superga sneakers.
The Duchess wore a sparkling, long-sleeved gown while hosting a gala dinner at Buckingham Palace. The event celebrated the 25th anniversary of Place2Be, an organization which supports childhood mental health.
Kate chose a burgundy Catherine Walker coat dress for 2020's Commonwealth Day celebrations. She paired the elegant look (which she also wore on Christmas in 2018) with matching pumps and a red, floral hat.
For Kate's second outfit of the day, she put on something a bit more comfortable and durable. To visit Teagasc Research Farm in County Meath, Ireland, Kate swapped out her top and shoes, wearing a Dubarry of Ireland belted, waxed jacket and some of her favorite riding boots.
Kate chose an all-green athleisure ensemble to visit a SportsAid event at the London Stadium in Stratford. The wide-leg pants are reportedly from Zara, one of the Duchess's favorite shops. And she accessorized the look with a sweet necklace engraved with "GCL"—a tiny tribute to her three children: George, Charlotte, and Louis.
In London, the Duchess attended a charity performance of Dear Evan Hansen, in support of The Royal Foundation. For the event, Kate chose an Eponine dress and sparkly silver stilettos, believed to be Jimmy Choos.
The Duchess traveled to the Ark Open Farm in Northern Ireland wearing her Barbour coat, a pair of brown boots, jeans, and a turtleneck.
Kate and Prince William accompanied Prince Charles and Camilla on a visit to Leicestershire, where they toured a rehabilitation center for members of the armed forces. The Duchess chose a military-inspired, navy blue Alexander McQueen jacket and skirt for the occasion. She completed the look with black heeled boots, black gloves, and drop earrings.
The Duchess made a previously unannounced visit to the LEYF Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-school, where she helped served breakfast to children. For the casual event, Kate chose a blue coat, white Sezanne sweater, and black ankle boots.
The Duchess arrived at Evelina Children's Hospital to attend a workshop run by the National Portrait Gallery, wearing a Dolce & Gabbana skirt suit and Gianvito Rossi pumps.
Kate and William attended the UK Holocaust Memorial Day Commemorative Ceremony together. The Duchess rewore a gray coat dress for the solemn occasion.
Kate wore a sparkly red dress to a Buckingham Palace reception, held to celebrate the UK-Africa Investment Summit.
Kate wore a bespoke McQueen coat over an affordable Zara dress during her visit to Bradford.