Today The Duchess of Cambridge took her UK-wide "5 Big Questions" survey to Northern Ireland and Scotland, starting with a visit to The Ark Open Farm in County Down, Northern Ireland.
Kate meet with management, staff, and young children, as well as feed a lamb and handled ‘Sophie’ the corn snake.
The Duchess spoke with local parents and grandparents about her landmark survey and their thoughts on the early years.
Kate brought back a familiar casual look for the farm visit. She sported her trusty Barbour Waxed Defence Jacket.
She layered up with her pine green Seeland ‘Hawker’ quilt jacket beneath her Barbour. Kate was first spotted in the jacket on a school run earlier this year.
Underneath the jackets, Kate debuted a new sweater. She wore the Pure Collection Cashmere Roll Neck Sweater in the Heather Cornflower colourway (£125).
The Duchess wore black skinny jeans paired with her beloved Penelope Chilvers Long Tassel Boots.
Kate accessorized with a new pair of Catherine Zoraida Gold Fern Drop Earrings (£165).
The Duchess then traveled to Aberdeen, Scotland for a visit to the Social Bite Café, which provides assistance to those affected by homelessness.
Kate made a quick wardrobe change to create a more polished look for her visit to the social enterprise. She arrived wearing her grey Reiss 'Delany' coat. You may recall she debuted the coat in December of 2013 when she visited the Shooting Star House Children’s Hospice.
On her feet the Duchess wore her Aquatalia 'Fab-Dry' Ankle Boots.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall for a visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) Stanford Hall in Loughborough.
The state-of-the-art Ministry of Defence clinical rehabilitation facility, provides expert care and support for wounded, injured and sick Armed Forces personnel.
The Duchess choose a navy custom outfit by Alexander McQueen today, perhaps as a quite tribute on the 10 year anniversary of the fashion designer's death.
The wool-blend separates appear to be based on a ready-to-wear set from Alexander McQueen's Pre-Fall '17 collection (ID by @HeavenQRF).
The military-inspired peplum jacket in light wool silk is decorated with metal buttons on the waist and collar. It has a concealed button fastening on center front. Kate had the pleated midi skirt modified by removing the buttoned peplem detail.
The Duchess wore a similar silhouette in green for the 2019 St Patrick's Day parade.
Kate carried a new bag - the Alexander McQueen 'Wicca' mini satchel in black leather. She also owns this model in white leather, and raffia.
This particular style has been discontinued, however the 'Wicca' bag is currently available in black leather with a pipe trim at Net-a-Porter.
On her feet, the Duchess wore her black suede Ralph Lauren Collection High Heel Boot.
Kate accessorized the look with her Mappin & Webb 'Empress' Diamond Carriage Earrings.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travelled to South Wales today. The royal couple visited Mumbles and Port Talbot and called in to see local businesses and organisations.
On arrival, William and Kate visited the Mumbles Lifeboat Station. Lifeboat crews at The Mumbles have been saving lives for over 180 years and have been presented with 33 awards for gallantry.
Then it was time for a tasty treat at Joe's Ice Cream. The Duke and Duchess sampled Italian ice cream at the family run parlour which has been serving gelato since Joe Cascarini arrived from Italy in the early 1900s.
The royal couple then headed to Port Talbot for a stop at the Tata Steel UK factory, a vital employer for the community.
William and Kate's final stop in South Wales was the Bulldogs BCA Boxing Gym - a community focused charity that provides non-contact boxing themed exercise activities to help address health, employability and education.
DRESS: NEW! Zara red puff sleeve dress (£39.99) - ID by @HeavenQRF.
SCARF: NEW! Beulah London Shibani Red and Ecru Scarf (£95).
HANDBAG: Mulberry Small Darley Bag in Hibiscus Red Croc (repeat).
BOOTS: Stuart Weitzman 'Half N Half' Boots (repeat).
GLOVES: Black suede gloves (unidentified). First worn in March 2019 for a visit to Blackpool.
EARRINGS: Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings (repeat).
NECKLACE: Daniella Draper Personalised Gold Midnight Moon Necklace (repeat).
HAIR: Intertwined half up-do.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the British Academy Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards ceremony this evening at Royal Albert Hall in London.
Prince William attended in his role as President of the Academy, a post he has held since 2010. The couple has attended the awards show every year since 2017.
The BAFTA's dress code this year was focused on sustainability. The organization is working toward carbon neutrality and asked guests to consider wearing outfits that were either repeats, vintage, or from a sustainable fashion designer. The Duchess opted to repeat her bespoke Alexander McQueen gown first seen in Malaysia on the couple’s 2012 tour of Southeast Asia.
The creamy-white gown features a sheer overlay sprinkled with a gold embroidered hibiscus floral motif. The gold lame embroidery also borders the short sleeves, scoop neckline, and runs down the center of the gown. Other elements include an empire waist, and a shirred white fabric at the bust.
Below is a look at the back of the dress.
It appears Kate had the sleeves altered. They are slimmer and no longer sheer compared to 2012.
The Duchess accessorized the gown with new pieces. She carried an Anya Hindmarch 'Marano' Glitter-Finished Box Clutch (US$595).
On her feet were the Jimmy Choo 'Romy 100' pumps in Gold Glitter (US$725) - a style she also owns in silver glitter.
Kate complemented the gown with a new Van Cleef and Arpels Magic Alhambra set.
The Duchess wore the Van Cleef & Arpels Magic Alhambra Earrings with 2 Motifs (£5,400) and the Van Cleef & Arpels Magic Alhambra Necklace with 6 Motifs (£7,850).
Tonight we saw the return of Kate's mystery emerald-cut citrine ring which is believed to date back to 2008. She starting wearing it again in 2018 at Harry and Meghan's wedding.
A closer look at Kate's glamorous up-do.
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