The Duchess of Cambridge visited Bletchley Park today to view their new D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion exhibition.
You may recall Kate first toured the site in 2014 where her paternal grandmother, Miss Valerie Glassborow worked as a code-breaker during WWII.
For today's visit, the Duchess donned a mix of familiar pieces, and we got a better a look at her Alessandra Rich dress which we first saw her wear in the family portraits marking Prince Charles' 70th birthday.
HANDBAG: Smythson Navy Panama Purse with Strap.
SHOES: Emmy London 'Rebecca' in Riviera blue. First worn in September 2018 at the Carter - Snuggs wedding.
BROOCH: Bletchley Park commemorative badge symbolizing the rotors used in the codebreaking machines as noted by @TeasAndTiaras. The pin belonged to Kate’s paternal grandmother, Valerie Middleton (nee Glassborow).
In under a week the Duchess of Cambridge will officially unveil her 'Back to Nature Garden' at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Kensington Palace release a few photos to mark the occasion. They were reportedly taken in February and show Kate working with Davies White Landscape Architects to bring her vision to life.
The Duchess is seen wearing her trusty Barbour Waxed 'Defence' Jacket teamed with a black sweater and brown leather gloves. Because of the limited photos it's not possible to identify the pieces.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had two engagements in North Wales today - starting with a visit to Caernarfon Coastguard Search and Rescue. Prince William worked as an RAF helicopter pilot at the base's former location at RAF Valley, Anglesey.
The couple then visited their old stomping ground of Anglesey where they learned about the salt-making process by local business Halen Môn Anglesey Sea Salt. You may recall William and Kate lived on the island from 2010 until their return to London in 2013.
For today's away-day, Kate wore a mix of familiar pieces, teaming her claret red Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Double-Breasted Twill Blazer with black skinny jeans and a turtleneck knit top.
We saw the return of her much loved Aquatalia 'Rhumba' Boots which have been a staple in Kate's closet since 2011!
She carried her Aspinal of London Midi Mayfair Bag in Deep Shine Black Croc.
Kate finished the look with her timeless Kiki McDonough Citrine Pear Drop Earrings which have been part of her jewellery collection for 10 years!
There was an outfit change for a visit to Newborough Beach where the Duke and Duchess joined a scouting group to learn more about the local wildlife, and latter participate in a litter pick up.
Kate layered up with a navy Troy London wax parker (£350).
This is a style she also owns in the khaki green colourway, first seen during the Royal Tour of Canada in 2016.
It appears the Duchess wore her navy Barbour Longshore Quilted Padded Jacket beneath the parka.
Kate completed the outdoorsy look with her trusty Penelope Chilvers Long Tassle boots.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made an unannounced outing in Greenwich, southeast London today.
The royal couple were at the site of the historic Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, and once the fastest ship in the world to launch the inaugural King’s Cup sailing regatta.
To be held on August 9, Kate and William will go head to head as skippers of individual sailing boats, in an eight boat charity regatta race. The winning team will be awarded The King’s Cup, a historic trophy first presented by King George V in 1920.
Kate was aptly dressed in a nautical-inspired outfit for the launch of the regatta.
She debuted a navy and off-white striped knit top.
However, eagle-eyed Lauren points out that the rib detail does not match.
Kate teamed the striped sweater with a new pair of sailor-style trousers by L.K.Bennett - the brand’s ‘Parker’ pants (£150) - ID by @Japanese_Ginger. They are designed with a high waist, wide leg and decorative buttons on the front.
L.K.Bennett also offers a matching 'Parker' jacket featuring the same large buttons.
The Duchess stepped out in a new pair of navy suede pumps by Emmy London (ID by @MiddletonMaven via Twitter). They are the label's 'Josie' pointed court shoe with a modern block heel (£395).
She added a pop of colour with her lipstick red Emmy London 'Natasha' clutch bag, first worn with her Gucci tweed dress for a visit to the V&A Museum in June 2017.
Kate finished the look with her beloved Sapphire & Diamond Oval Drop Earrings.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, officially opened the Kantor Centre of Excellence in London today.
The new centre brings leading practitioners, researchers and young people together for the first time, to improve mental health services for children and families.
Kate stepped out in a new forest green dress by Emila Wickstead.
The custom piece is similar in design to the lavender a-line frock she first wore during the German royal tour in 2017.
The only notable difference is the neckline. This new dress features a square neckline.
Kate carried her dark blush Mulberry 'Amberley' Leather Clutch.
She teamed it with her Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 85' Praline Suede Pumps.
The Duchess complemented the look with her KIKI Classic Green Amethyst Diamond Earrings and the KIKI 'Candy' mini green amethyst and diamond pendant necklace.
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