The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Mitchell Brook Primary School in London today for the Place2Be 'Big Assembly' to launch Children’s Mental Health Week.
The Duchess looked elegant in a favourite red suit by Italian designer Luisa Spagnoli.
The separates have been worn by the Duchess on a number of occasions. Kate first wore the suit when she and Prince William returned to St Andrews University, where the couple met, in February 2011. She then packed the outfit for the royal tour of New Zealand in April 2014. We saw it again for her appointment as patron of the RAF Air Cadets following the Queen's Christmas luncheon in 2015.
The two-piece consists of a peplum jacket accented with black buttons and a black velour bow belt. In 2014, Kate converted the dress to a skirt to have the hem lengthened.
Kate accessorized the set with familiar pieces: