The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Dundee, Scotland today to open the new V&A Dundee museum and meet members of the public.
Kate and William last visited the coastal city in 2015. The Earl and Countess of Strathearn, as they are known in Scotland, met while studying at nearby St Andrews University.
Countess Kate officially opened the new design space in her role as V&A patron.
Following a walkabout on the waterfront, the royal couple joined a meeting of the Michelin Dundee Action Group, which is working to repurpose the tyre factory which will soon shutdown, and ensure new employment opportunities for the local area.
Kate wore a familiar coatdress by Alexander McQueen for the away-day. The Duchess first sported the bespoke black watch tartan coat in November of 2012 for a visit to her old prep school. The piece was seen again on Christmas Day 2013.
Today she has teamed it with her black Tod's Suede Block Heel Pumps and a new handbag.
Kate carried the green Manu Atelier Micro Bold leather shoulder bag (£435) - with thanks to UFO No More for the ID.
The bag has unfortunately sold out in the green suede/leather combo, but it is available in a green full leather version at 24sevres, and several different colourways at Selfridges.
We saw the return of Kate's beloved Sapphire & Diamond Oval Drop Earrings from Princess Diana's collection.
During the walkabout, Kate added a green scarf with fringing.
In this image shared by Kensington Place on their Twitter feed, I can see a logo ending in 'T' which looks like the Pickett London branding as first suggested by Middleton Maven. The style is the pashmina stole in emerald (RRP: £135 - now £95).
Kate has had the piece in her closet for some time. She was photographed wearing it in 2006.
Kate completed the winter styling with her black Cornelia James 'Imogen' gloves (£75).
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