The Duchess of Cambridge made a solo trip to Luxembourg today to participate in the 150th anniversary commemorations of the 1867 Treaty of London. The treaty was signed in 1867 by all of the Great Powers of Europe to confirm Luxembourg’s independence and neutrality.
The Duchess stepped out in a new sky blue coat dress by Emilia Wickstead. The bespoke design is similar to the hunter green Emilia Wickstead piece she wore for the St Patrick's Day parade in 2012.
The coat dress has a fit-and-flare silhouette, a set-in waistband and notch collar with peak lapels. @HeavenQRF points out that the double wool crepe fabric resembles the material used in the Foster Tuxedo Jacket - a piece from the designer’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection.
Kate accessorized with her cream Etui woven clutch (sold out) and LK Bennett Fern Trench Leather Pumps.
She wore her Mappin & Webb 'Empress' necklace and we got a glimpse of a new pair of dazzling earrings.
They are the KIKI Blue Topaz and Diamond Drop Earrings in white gold (£3,500) - thanks to @RomanceRoyal for the ID. The earrings feature a blue topaz oval cut stone and cushion cut drop stone surrounded by diamonds set in 18ct white gold.
Kate's hair also deserves a special mention. It looks like she trimmed off some of her weighty locks and opted for a shorter layered effect.
Kate's first stop in Luxembourg was the MUDAM museum where she was accompanied by Stéphanie, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg for a tour of the current exhibitions by British artists.
Following this, Kate was escorted to 'Place Clairefontaine' to attend a cycling themed festival. Here she was introduced to the Grand Duchy's most famous cycling icons and got a chance to meet children who are designing Tour de France jerseys ahead of the tour coming to Luxembourg in July.
Her next stop was the Grand Ducal Palace where she meet with the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg.
The Duchess concluded her day in Luxembourg at the 'Dräi Eechelen' Museum for the official commemoration event of the 1867 Treaty of London.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the charity organisation, Farms for City Children in Gloucestershire today to see their work with school children from inner city areas.
Kate channeled a country casual vibe and wore a mix of familiar pieces - many of which we first saw during her last three royal tours.
She arrived on the farm wearing her khaki Troy London wax parka (£350) - a jacket she debuted for a day in Haida Gwaii, Canada in 2016.
Under the parka, Kate wore a navy knit sweater with rolled edge detail.
It's believed to be the same one she wore in Carcross, Canada as @Giulia_lelepug and
@PackhamGown pointed out.
The top was identified by Chrissy via @MiddletonMaven as the J.Crew Italian cashmere long-sleeve sweater (US$199) in heather midnight.
The Duchess layered the semi-fitted top with her GAP fitted boyfriend gingham shirt which we first saw in 2014 at a winery visit in New Zealand.
She paired the tops with her khaki ZARA Mid-Rise Biker Trousers which made a premiere in 2016 when on safari in the Kaziranga National Park, India.
On her feet she wore her trusty Penelope Chilvers Long Tassle Boots (£475). They have been staple in Kate's closet for over a decade.
Her jewelry included the KIKI 'Lauren' Yellow Gold Pave Diamond Leaf Earrings and Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch.
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