The Duchess of Cambridge looked super chic on Thursday morning as she paid a visit to the Family Nurse Partnership - a voluntary home visiting programme for parents aged up to 24. The royal looked in great spirits as she arrived at the establishment, wearing a pair of black tailored cropped trousers and a navy blue and white polka-dot blouse. With her hair blown out in glam waves, she smiled for the cameras, showcasing a flawless face of natural makeup. Kate, 37, chatted to first-time mums who have been helped by the FNP and learned more about the programme, which helps young mums to have a healthy pregnancy, improve their child's health and development, and reach their goals and aspirations.
Kate looked incredible in her black cropped trousers
It's been a busy month for the mother-of-three. Last week, the Duchess went to the RHS Garden Wisley and looked blooming lovely in her Emilia Wickstead floral dress which was made from a summery seersucker material. Priced at £1,635 from Net-A-Porter, it was a certainly a luxurious buy. Despite the high-end vibe of her dress, her accompanying accessories were remarkably cheap. Kate's earrings are known as the 'Filigree' short-drop earrings, which came from Accessorize and cost just £1.50 in the sale. And what's more, she finished the look with a pair of 'Fleur' espadrille wedges in a taupe tone from Monsoon, which went down to just £13.50.
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A week earlier, Prince William's wife was the envy of mums everywhere when she was photographed looking picture-perfect, dropping Princess Charlotte and Prince George off at school.
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We were in love with her fabulous red and cream printed dress by Michael Kors,which was a past-season buy she had worn before. Keeping in with the royal recycling rule, Kate changed the look by adding a black belt and a pair of navy high heels.
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