The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kicked off Day 2 of their Royal Visit to Ireland with a visit to Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health in Ireland.
The charity provides vital support to young people across a range of one-to-one, community, school and online services.
From there, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge headed to County Kildare where they visited Savannah House.
It’s run by social justice charity, Extern, which offers support to vulnerable young people and their families with the aim of changing lives and giving them key life skills.
For this morning's engagements, Kate brought back the Reiss 'Olivia' coat from her pre-engagement wardrobe.
The white double-breasted wool coat was first seen in 2007 and was worn numerous times before the Duchess married.
Below is a photo of Kate wearing the coat on April 11, 2008 when she accompanied Prince William at the Central Flying School to watch him receive his RAF wings in a graduation ceremony at RAF Cranwell.
Beneath the coat, Kate wore her Equipment Slim Signature Polka-Dot Silk Shirt.
The Duchess teamed the blouse with a new pair of Zara Premium The High Waist Jeans in Revolve Black (US$49.99).
Today she debuted a new pair of black suede ankle boots.
They are the 'Date Night' style by Russell & Bromley (£225) featuring a block heel. ID by @MiddletonMaven.
Also new were a pair of earrings - the Daniella Draper Mini Cupid Hoops With Baby Shamrock Charms. ID by @mari_who and @_ladyvalerie_.
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