The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travelled from Manchester to Wales overnight to arrive in Cardiff this morning on their final day of the Royal Train tour.
They visited Cardiff Castle to highlight how the local tourism industry has coped in the pandemic.
Kate looked elegant yet festive in her red Alexander McQueen double-breasted long coat which she debuted for the ‘Hold Still’ Outdoor community exhibition launch in October.
Underneath the coat we got a glimpse of the Emilia Wickstead 'Pris' Red Tartan Skirt.
You may recall seeing it at the 2018 Christmas party which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted at Kensington Palace for the Royal British Legion.
The new scarf Kate wore today appears to have the same tartan print, hence we can only assume it's by the same designer.
The bold red ensemble was offset with familiar black accessories consisting of the Grace Han Love Letter Small Top Handle Bag and Ralph Lauren Collection Suede High Heel Boots.
Kate completed the look with her Spells of Love Alia Hoop Earrings.
During the visit to Cardiff Castle, the Duke and Duchess joined students from Cardiff University for some marshmallow toasting, a Secret Santa exchange and to hear how their mental health has been during this challenging year.
They then hopped back on the Royal Train for an express journey to Bath. William and Kate visited the Cleeve Court Care Home to pay tribute to the efforts of care staff across the country, hearing from staff about their experiences of providing care and helping residents stay connected to their loved ones throughout the pandemic.
Kate wore her Amaia Reusable Cotton Face Mask in Liberty Print during the visit.
The next stop for the Duke and Duchess on the Royal Train tour was the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading.
Kate coordinated her outfit with the red Emilia Wickstead Tartan Face Mask, featuring the same print as her skirt and scarf seen earlier today.
The final stop for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be Windsor Castle where they will join The Queen and members of the Royal Family to welcome a number of local volunteers and key workers.
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