- Kate Middleton visited the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in London Tuesday wearing a trendy ensemble.
- She paired a $US1,300 purple Gucci blouse with a pair of flowing wide-leg trousers.
- It was a departure from her typical royal style.
From flowing coatdresses to show-stopping ball gowns, Kate Middleton has developed an unmistakable signature royal style. She had been sticking with her usual formula in 2019, but on Tuesday she completely switched things up with a chic two-piece ensemble.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre in Kennington, south London, wearing a pair of black wide-leg trousers that were a complete departure from her typical style.
According to Twitter account Kate Effect Affected, the duchess was wearing a design by high street brand Jigsaw that are currently unavailable to purchase.
She paired the flowing, high-waisted pants with a $US1,300 Gucci blouse in a bright shade of purple. The blouse featured an oversized pussy-bow detail at the neckline for an eye-catching touch.
Tuesday’s ensemble was extremely on-trend thanks the tucked-in blouse and belt on display.
Middleton wore the same style of trousers during a visit to Cyprus in December 2018. She paired the pants with a blazer for a slightly more business-casual approach that seemed more in line with her on-duty style.
During her visit to the children’s center on Tuesday, the duchess learned more about the services offered, and even participated in a few activities. Kensington Palace shared a video of the duchess taking part in a session that is designed to help parents better understand their young children.
The Duchess of Cambridge joins parents and their toddlers taking part a 'Together Time' session offered by @LeapLambeth and PAIRS, which is designed to support parents’ ability to understand their child’s cues and feel more confident in their parenting. pic.twitter.com/8Lb4KeXJqC
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 12, 2019
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