Following this morning's playful engagement at Stenurten Forest Kindergarten, The Duchess of Cambridge shifted gears and headed to Christian IX's Palace for an audience with Queen Margrethe II and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.
The occasion marked a celebration of a Jubilee year for both the United Kingdom and Denmark – a Golden Jubilee for Queen Margrethe II, and Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee in the UK.
Following a luncheon at the Palace, the Duchess and Princess Mary paid a visit to the Danner Crisis Centre which provides a temporary secure refuge for women and children under threat of violence.
For her final engagements of the visit to Denmark, The Duchess wore a new Catherine Walker maxi coat.
It is the designer's 'Marine' coat featuring a sharply tailored silhouette inspired by an 18th century naval frockcoat. The garment is made from a gunmetal grey cashmere and wool blend Birdseye weave fabric, and finished with contrasting black lapels and cuffs.
Kate accessorized with her Maria Black 'Cha Cha' Earrings and Monica Vinader Vintage Chain Pearl Necklace - she debuted both pieces yesterday.
The Duchess wore black leather gloves and carried her Mulberry Small Amberley Crossbody Bag in Black Croc.
On her feet were the Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 105' Pumps in black suede.
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