After fulfilling her role as guest editor for HuffPost U.K., Kate Middleton is back to her royal duties.
On Wednesday, the 34-year-old Duchess of Cambridge visited St. Catherine's primary school in south Edinburgh to highlight the work of the charity Place2Be, of which she is a patron.
For the occasion, the mother-of-two donned a slim, black turtleneck and a houndstooth skirt by Le Kilt. She threw on a forest green Max Mara coat on top, a piece she has previously donned for the 2015 Christmas Day service at St. Mary Magdalene's Church. She finished off her look with a pair of classic black pumps and heart-drop earrings.
As for her beauty look, Catherine donned a bit of dark shadow on her lids, and soft pink lipstick. Her famous brunette locks were left down with a slight wave, and her bangs parted at the centre.
Following her visit, Kate swapped her dressy ensemble for a pair of Monreal London Side Panel track pants, Asics Gel Solution Speed 3 trainers and a Nike baseline tennis top for a children's tennis workshop hosted by pro tennis player Andy Murray's mother, Judy Murray.
The Duchess joined students and teachers during the workshop, which aims to encourage youth to take up the sport.
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) February 24, 2016
From elegant and classic to sporty chic, Kate can do no wrong!
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