The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning on Tuesday as she stepped out in skinny jeans and Chelsea boots with the Duke of Cambridge in Abergavenny to learn about the importance of the agricultural industry.
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Kate, 40, brought a glamorous edge to her casual daywear, pairing slick black jeans with a smart brown jacket. The Duchess layered for the early spring chill with a vibrant red scarf, rocking chunky brown boots for the occasion. William, 39, looked equally smart in a coordinating outfit, also opting to pair brown boots with black jeans and a brown hooded jacket.
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Styling her glossy brunette tresses in voluminous loose curls, Kate looked radiant as she donned a subtle eyeliner, rosy blush and subtle pink lip to highlight her pretty features.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge twinned in tonal outerwear
Elevating her look with delicate accessories, the Duchess wore simple gold hoop earrings and a daffodil brooch to mark St David's Day.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Wales to learn about the importance of the agricultural industry to rural populations and how community organisations are providing support to young people, while also celebrating the history of the region.
The royal couple visited Pant Farm near Abergavenny, to hear about the challenges and opportunities faced by the sector and how the farm works with local industries and services.
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The Duke and Duchess will also meet with representatives of the wider farming sector, both in Wales and across the UK, as well as those secondarily employed by the industry to gain a better understanding of how the agricultural sector underpins so much of the local economy.
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