Kate Middleton, 39, made a special appearance alongside her husband Prince William, 38, today visiting Newham ambulance station in east London. The Duchess opted for a classic look, wearing a floor-length coat as she and the Duke battled the rain.
Though the exact price of the bag is unknown, similar styles from the designer retail upwards of £1,000.
Even her mask compliments the look, decorated with a cream and beige floral pattern.
Her brunette hair falls loosely around her shoulders, and it seems the Duchess has opted to keep her make-up fairly neutral for this daytime appearance.
Both she and her husband huddled beneath a black umbrella to protect themselves from the downpour.
The royal couple’s meeting offered a renewed show of support for frontline staff who have been working tirelessly during the coronavirus pandemic.
The engagement was their second face-to-face visit of 2021.
During this engagement, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke to emergency responders about how they have been coping mentally during the pandemic.
The Cambridges heard workers detail support provided by staff at the station, which offers drop-in sessions and wellbeing spaces.
Emergency responders working in the region are also offered wider initiatives provided by the London Ambulance Service.
These include special visits from their Wellbeing Tea Trucks.
One ambulance responder asked Prince William and Kate if she could FaceTime her father in Bangladesh during the visit.
Speaking on the video call, Prince William said: “You must be very proud of your daughter.”