The Duchess of Cambridge traveled to Wales on Wednesday to visit two Action for Children projects supporting disadvantaged families.
This was Kate's first appointment with Action For Children since she became Patron of the charity in December, taking over from the Queen.
Her first stop in was MIST in Torfaen, a Child and Adolescent mental health service for children with complex needs.
This was followed with a visit to the Caerphilly Family Intervention Team.
Kate wore a familiar look. She reached to the back of her closet to pull out her burgundy Paula Ka skirt suit.
The Duchess first wore the outfit by the French brand for an engagement in 2012 at Middle Temple in London (shown on left). Today she updated the ensemble with a black turtleneck top and boots.
Kate wore her Stuart Weitzman HalfN'Half Stretch Rider Black Suede Boots.
She also brought back her KIKI Classic Citrine Cushion & Diamond Earrings which we've only seen her wear once before at the Cheltenham races in March 2013.
When the Duchess headed outside to mingle with the locals that had gathered to meet her, she popped on her black bow gloves (which still remain unidentified).
Kate topped off her classic look with a youthful hairstyle, wearing her locks partially pulled back.
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