The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise trip to Northern Ireland today where they will make a number of stops over two days with a focus on celebrating the young people of Northern Ireland. The visit was kept under wraps for security reasons.
For arrival at Windsor Park Football Stadium in Belfast, home of the Irish Football Association (IFA), Kate wore herred Carolina Herrera double-breasted coat, first worn in Canada 2016 and then again in Paris 2017.
She teamed it with black jeggings and the LK Bennett 'Marissa' Black Suede Booties which Kate debuted earlier this month.
The Duchess made a quick wardrobe change when she headed out on to the football field to learn more about the IFA run outreach programmes; ‘Shooting Stars’ which encourages young girls to play football, and ‘Ahead of the Game’ which works to support clubs and volunteers when dealing with mental health issues, with a focus on challenging the stigma and preventative measures.
Kate sported a navy Barbour 'Longshore' Quilted Jacket (£159).
She also debuted the LAUREN Ralph Lauren Cable-Knit Cricket Sweater (US$125). The design is modeled on the original Ralph Lauren Cricket Sweater created in 1972.
Another new item were the New Balance Fresh Foam Cruz Sneakers (US$89.95).
Kate finished off the look with her KIKI Lauren Yellow Gold Diamond Pave Leaf Earrings and Cartier Ballon Bleu Watch.
The Duke and Duchess then visited Fermanagh to see the work that the charity Extern is doing at their Roscor Youth Village, which is a residential activity centre for children referred to the charity by social workers or the Department of Justice. The site provides a safe space to help and support these young people, with particular emphasis on outdoor activities and developing independent living skills.
William and Kate will end the day back in Belfast at the iconic Empire Music Hall to attend a party celebrating young people who are making a real difference in Northern Ireland.
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