The Duchess of Cambridge is back at work today in her and Prince William’s home of Norfolk. Visiting the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice, she was greeted by a crowd of guests including some primary school children.
While she is known for re-wearing her looks, Kate opted for a new ensemble today in the form of an emerald green skirt suit. The boucle style is from high street retailer Hobbs and is now unfortunately sold out.
The Duchess paired the look with a simple white collared shirt from Gerard Darel (now in the sale for £105, get it while you can!) and black heels. Although she has been experimenting with retro hairstyles recently, Kate decided to keep things simple by having her hair down in its usual subtle waves.
It’s a much more business-oriented look compared to the Duchess’s other 2017 ensembles. Earlier this month, she wore a loose-fitting blue coat along with an on-trend floral Erdem dress.
Kate has been the royal patron of EACH since the beginning of 2012 and has visited the children’s centres on many occasions. Today, she will be meeting young people with life-threatening conditions as she continues to raise awareness and funds for a new hospice.
It’s unclear whether the royal will be making as many visits when the family make a move to Kensington Palace later this year.
Source: uk style yahoo com