The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the market town of Abergavenny today, to mark St. David's Day, the patron saint of Wales.
The aim of the visit was to learn about the importance of the agricultural industry to people in rural communities in Wales. The couple's first stop was the family-run Pant Farm.
For the farm visit, Kate wore her Seeland Woodcock Advanced Jacket teamed with black skinny jeans and her Blundstone Chelsea Boots.
The red scarf is a piece she has owned since her pre-royal days, thought to be by Hugo Boss. However, Pickett London also have a very similar version, and Kate has their pashmina in green.
The Duke and Duchess also visited Abergavenny Market to see first-hand the benefits that local businesses receive through their communities.
For the market visit, Kate swapped her casual jacket and boots for her dark green Sportmax long wool coat and black suede Aquatalia 'Ruby-Dry' Platform Ankle Booties.
She paired it with an olive green turtleneck jersey underneath which is not yet identified, and the brown woven belt we first saw her last week in Denmark.
Natalya suggests the N.Peal polo neck cashmere sweater in dark olive green (£249). I have reached out to the brand for confirmation.
Kate topped off the look with a new pair of medium twist hoop earring in gold by Welsh brand Spells of Love (£60).
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