The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Hornsey Road Children's Centre today. She had been due to visit in early September but had to cancel her engagement as she was battling severe morning sickness, which lead to the announcement of her third pregnancy.
During this visit, the Duchess learned about Family Action's perinatal mental health services and met parents benefiting from its resources, including antenatal and postnatal services, a nursery and play groups.
Kate revived an outfit from her first pregnancy for today's outing in London. She sported nearly the exact same look except the boots for an engagement with Prince William at Child Bereavement UK in 2013 while pregnant with Prince George.
The outfit consists of the Goat 'Redgrave' coat in nude (US$890) atop the black Topshop Peter Pan collar dress.
Kate teamed it with her black Mulberry 'Bayswater' suede clutch and Stuart Weitzman HalfNHalf Black Suede Boots.
She topped off the outfit with her beloved Annoushka Pearl and Kiki Diamond Hoop Earrings.
This morning members of the royal family attended the annual Remembrance Sunday commemorations at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London. The Duchess of Cambridge attended the ceremony and watched the service from the Foreign Office balcony alongside Princess Alexandra and The Countess of Wessex.
Kate wore a new black coat by Dolce & Gabbana for the solemn occasion.
She picked out the 'Collarless Long Coat' (US$4,500) from the Fall/Winter 2016 collection of the Italian fashion house. The black wool and silk-blend double breasted button-down coat features a collarless design, round neckline, buttonhole on the front, front flap pockets, long sleeves, pleated waist, mid-calf length and straight hem.
Kate teamed it with her black felt Philip Treacy hat.
The wide-brimmed chapeau was first worn at William's Passing-Out Parade in 2006, and again at the 2012 Remembrance Sunday service.
Other familiar items included her Oscar de la Renta Pearl Sun Star Button Earrings, and a cluster of Royal British Legion paper poppies.
We got a glimpse of a new handbag. Kate carried the Emmy London 'Natasha' Jet & Gold clutch (£350) - a style she already owns in a few different colourways.
There was also another déjà vu debut. Kate wore the black Cornelia James 'Beatrice' gloves (£70) - a style she already owns in navy.
The highlight of today's look was Kate's new faux bob hairstyle. The iillusion was created by carefully tucking her long locks under and pinning them back just above her shoulders. The style definitely suits the Duchess, and perhaps she's testing out the new style before making the decision to cut her hair short!
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Festival of Remembrance on Saturday evening.
She joined the Queen, Prince Philip and other senior members of the Royal Family at London's Royal Albert Hall for the British Legion's traditional televised service.
The Festival commemorates all those who have lost their lives in conflicts and it is usually attended by the Royal Family. It is organized by the Royal British Legion and is held every year on the eve of Remembrance Sunday.
Usually accompanied by Prince William, Kate went solo this year. William was in Wales for the Wales vs. Australia rugby match in his new role as patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, taking on that duty from Her Majesty.
As expected, the Duchess wore an all-black ensemble. She debuted a bespoke velvet coat by Catherine Walker. The piece appears to be a long version of the designer's ‘Caressa’ jacket. It is crafted from silk velvet and finished with large Swarovski buttons made of jet, glass and silver.
Kate teamed the velvet coat dress with her black Magid beaded vintage clutch and Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 105' Black Suede Pumps.
We saw the return of Princess Diana's Collingwood diamond and pearl drop earrings. You may recall Kate first wore them at the Spain state banquet in July.
The Duchess finished the ensemble with a poppy brooch we’ve not seen before. The large single poppy in support of the The Royal British Legion appears to be made from either paper of felt.
It is the third consecutive year Kate has attended the performance. Below we see her in 2015 wearing a black lace Dolce & Gabbana dress, and in 2016 in the Temperley London 'Callas' evening coat.
The Duchess of Cambridge was in London today to open the Place2Be's School Leaders Forum in her role as royal patron of the mental health charity.
Kate premiered the 'Eloise' tunic dress by Goat Fashion (£480) for the occasion. This simple, chic and timeless dress in a deep purple hue features an A-line silhouette with a high neckline decorated with shine pewter buttons. The dress is currently out of stock but still available in black, navy, marigold at Goat Fashion.
Kate accessorized with her Tod's Black Suede Block Heel Pumps and black Mulberry 'Bayswater' suede clutch.
Kate finished the look with with a Royal British Legion traditional paper poppy. I encourage you to visit the Royal British Legion Poppy Shop and buy a pin ahead of Remembrance Day!
The Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out for a glittering gala tonight, carrying out an engagement for the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (AFNCCF) in her role as Patron.
Kate decided on a repeat and wore her Diane von Furstenberg 'Zarita' Black Lace Gown which she debuted for the Royal Variety Performance in November 2014.
The gown version has sold out, but the style remains available in the cocktail length at DVF ($139.20), Nordstrom Rack ($139.97), and Matches Fashion ($174),
Kate carried her black Prada satin clutch with stone embellishment.
The Duchess loaned Her Majesty's diamond orbital teardrop earrings.
She also donned a diamond quartrefoil bracelet we have not seen her wear before. The ornate piece once belonged to the Queen Mother and was likely handed down as part of a vast collection of jewelry given to Queen Elizabeth II after her mother’s death in 2002.
Kate pinned a red poppy brooch to her to chest in honour of Remembrance Day. It looks it may be The Poppy Collection ® Medium Brooch Gold Tone (£14.99).
The style also comes in silver and a larger size. You can buy genuine poppy brooches supporting the Royal British Legion from The Poppy Shop.
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