Today The Duchess of Cambridge took her UK-wide "5 Big Questions" survey to Northern Ireland and Scotland, starting with a visit to The Ark Open Farm in County Down, Northern Ireland.
Kate meet with management, staff, and young children, as well as feed a lamb and handled ‘Sophie’ the corn snake.
The Duchess spoke with local parents and grandparents about her landmark survey and their thoughts on the early years.
Kate brought back a familiar casual look for the farm visit. She sported her trusty Barbour Waxed Defence Jacket.
She layered up with her pine green Seeland ‘Hawker’ quilt jacket beneath her Barbour.
Kate was first spotted in the jacket on a school run earlier this year.
Underneath the jackets, Kate debuted a new sweater. She wore the Pure Collection Cashmere Roll Neck Sweater in the Heather Cornflower colourway (£125).
The Duchess wore black skinny jeans paired with her beloved Penelope Chilvers Long Tassel Boots.
Kate accessorized with a new pair of Catherine Zoraida Gold Fern Drop Earrings (£165).
The Duchess then traveled to Aberdeen, Scotland for a visit to the Social Bite Café, which provides assistance to those affected by homelessness.
Kate made a quick wardrobe change to create a more polished look for her visit to the social enterprise. She arrived wearing her grey Reiss 'Delany' coat. You may recall she debuted the coat in December of 2013 when she visited the Shooting Star House Children’s Hospice.
On her feet the Duchess wore her Aquatalia 'Fab-Dry' Ankle Boots.
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