The Duke of Cambridge, FA President, and the Duchess of Cambridge visited Leicester today to pay tribute to those who were tragically killed in the helicopter crash outside Leicester City's stadium.
Leicester City Football Club (LCFC) chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four others died when the aircraft came down on 27 October. Kate and William, who personally knew Mr Srivaddhanaprabha, visited the crash site, meet players and heard about the charities supported by LCFC.
Later, the royal couple headed to the University of Leicester to hear about some of the educational programmes the club has helped to support, including a £1m donation by Mr Srivaddhanaprabha in May to help fund medical research and training.
Today we got a better look at the grey tweed Catherine Walker coat Kate first wore in August for the Balmoral church service with the Queen. It is a bespoke design featuring a Peter Pan collar with a black piped trim and matching buttons.
Here's a closer look from a different angle.
The Duchess teamed it with a new black croc Aspinal of London Midi Mayfair Bag (US$725), a style she also own in a Lilac colourway.
On Kate's feet were her trusty Tod's Black Suede Block Heel Pumps.
She accessorized with her Cassandra Goad Cavolfiore Pearl Stud Earrings.
Kate topped off the ensemble with the black velvet bow she first donned last week for a visit to the University College London. It is believed to be the J.Crew black velvet hair tie (US$22.50).
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit at the University College London (UCL) today to see the groundbreaking research neuroscientists are conducting into how environment and biology interact to shape the way in which children develop both socially and emotionally.
Earlier this year, the Duchess set up a steering group made up of practitioners and academics from a range of disciplines, including neuroscience, mental health, nursing, perinatal care and education to
support Early Intervention for young children and families.
Kate wore a familiar look for the visit, sporting her burgundy Paula Ka skirt suit.
The Duchess first wore the outfit by the French brand for an engagement in 2012 at Middle Temple in London, and again in 2017 for a trip to Wales.
Like in 2017, Kate wore it with a black turtle neck top but today she updated the ensemble with her black Tod's Suede Block Heel Pumps.
We saw the return of her much loved Mulberry 'Bayswater' Black Suede Clutch.
The Duchess accessorized with the Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings, and also wore her Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch.
Kate wore her hair pulled back in a playful ponytail and tied with a black velvet ribbon.
It is possibly the J.Crew black velvet hair tie (US$22.50) as suggested by @Palace_Avenue on Twitter.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the annual Royal Foundation dinner at Victoria House in Bloomsbury Square last night. It is a private event and we don't usually see photos, however, this year's performer Tom Walker shared a few photos on his Twitter and Instagram account.
Kate wore the red Preen by Thornton Bregazzi 'Finella' satin midi dress first seen during the 2016 Royal Tour of Canada.
Kate again carried the Jenny Packham 'Casa' clutch rendered in red pony hair (stock photo only available in blue).
The Duchess debuted a a new pair of statement earrings.
They are the H&M large gold hammered metal earrings (US$12.99).
To mark Anti Bullying Week, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the BBC headquarters in London today to see the work the national broadcaster is doing as a key member of Prince William's Taskforce on the Prevention of Cyberbullying.
Kate was in a familiar frock.
She wore a teal Emilia Wickstead pleated coatdress which she debuted in New Zealand during the 2014 royal tour, and wore again in December 2015 for a visit to an Action on Addiction Centre.
You may recall, the Duchess also own this style in pink which she first wore in 2012.
On her feet, Kate wore her Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 105' Black Suede Pumps.
The Duchess finished the outfit with her Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings and Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch.
Last night the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined the royal family to celebrate Prince Charles' 70th birthday with a glittering black-tie dinner hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Kate was pictured arriving for the birthday bash wearing a pink one-shoulder dress with floral applique, and her exquisite tear drop earrings featuring a large pink gem stone surrounded by diamonds and set in gold. We first got a glimpse of them at the 100 Women in Hedge Funds Gala in 2011, and Kate wore them again for the 2017 BAFTAs. Their provenance remains unknown.
This was a private event, so unfortunately we do not expect to see more photos.
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