Kate Middleton, 38, is known for her gorgeous stylish outfits from some of the most expensive designer brands. For her most recent appearance, Kate sported a full navy outfit under her white lab coat as she spoke to bereaved families about losing a baby.
Her navy dress by the high-end designer costs a whopping £600.
She cinched in her slim waist with her favourite leather belt that she was also seen sporting earlier this week at the Natural History Museum.
The Anderson’s Croc-effect leather belt, which is stocked on high-end fashion websites such as Net-A-Porter, retails for a whopping £98.
Kate donned a white lab coat over the dress as she toured the centre and spoke to families about baby loss.
Her hair was parted in the middle and her bouncy locks were loosely curled.
Kate sported natural makeup with her classic strong eyebrows and soft smokey eyeshadow.
The visit comes during Baby Loss Awareness Week, which aims to help families who have lost a baby.
In addition it aims to promote a national understanding of the impact of pregnancy and baby loss.
The appearance comes amid a busy week for the Royal who also visited the Natural History Museum yesterday to announce the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
The Duchess wore black cigarette trousers, cinched by a black crocodile effect belt which had gold buckle detailing.
Her favourite Alexander McQueen trousers are one of Kate’s favourites and retail for around £500.
Kate is loving supporting independent brands when it comes to jewellery recently.
She paired the look with her Lily And Roo Solid Gold Large Pearl Drop Hoop Earrings which featured gold detailing around the edge with a pearl droplet.
They’re on sale for £95 on the Lily and Roo website.