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Kate Middleton is SO pretty in pink M&S trousers for new appearance

We love her latest outfit...

The Duchess of Cambridge made a new public appearance on Tuesday, meeting with parents at the Old English Garden in Battersea Park to hear how peer support groups have helped them during the coronavirus lockdown.

As ever, Kate chose an elegant outfit for her important engagement in the sunshine, and appeared to have recycled her pink Marks & Spencer trousers that she first wore for a visit to the London Ambulance Service 111 control room back in March.

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Wearing a chic white tee, she wore her hair in her signature glossy style and added a pair of comfy trainers to her look.

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Kate meets parents in Battersea Park

Sadly, Kate's bargain M&S pencil trousers are no longer available to buy, but the British brand do stock a very similar pair for £25. Topshop has a very similar dupe at just £18, too!

Kate completed her look with a simple white top from Lauren Ralph Lauren. The ribbed number boasts gentle puff sleeves and a square neckline, which looked perfect paired with her bright trousers.

Kate also appeared to be wearing a new necklace bearing her children's initials

Luckily, Kate's exact top is still available to buy in all sizes. You'll need to hurry though - we predict a sell-out! 

Kate completed her simple yet elegant ensemble with some gorgeous jewellery, including a new £85 gold double chain by Spells of Love. She added a double chain necklace thought to be from one of her favourite brands, Missoma. 

SHOP SIMILAR: Topshop trousers, £18, ASOS


SHOP SIMILAR: Chinos, £25, Marks & Spencer


Nadalia Top, £99, Lauren Ralph Lauren


Duchess Catherine added a sweet detail the the look - personalising her chain with three charms bearing the initials of each of her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. How adorable!

Kate completed her look with the Halcyon Days bangle she was first spotted wearing back in January, when she stepped out in Birmingham for an engagement in aid of her Early Years initiative.

The royal also wore her mini cupid hoop earrings from Daniella Draper. Kate is a fan of the British brand – we've seen the earrings by St Martin's graduate Daniella several times on the royal during lockdown zoom calls over the last few months.

Gold Double Chain Necklace, £129, Missoma


No doubt the royal was keen to hear from other mothers about their experiences during the COVID-19 crisis, as she continues her work around children and family causes.

Tuesday marked Kate's first solo public appearance since returning to work following her annual summer break – the Cambridges moved back to London in September, with Prince William confirming that both Prince George and Princess Charlotte had gone back to school.

Wearing her M&S suit in March

Earlier this month, the royal couple stepped out together to visit a number of organisations in London, with Kate looking beautiful in her pink Beulah London dress that she had debuted during a virtual appearance at Anmer Hall during lockdown.

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The Duchess also wore a beautiful new pair of earrings from affordable brand Missoma, which carried a sweet message.

The pretty pink earrings featured the gemstone rhodochrosite - also known as the 'stone of the compassionate heart' - reflecting healing from heartbreak or loss.

Wearing her Beulah London dress and Missoma earrings

Kate often carefully chooses the clothing and accessories she wears to reflect certain sentiments, so we wouldn't be surprised if she had opted to wear these special earrings to promote positivity and love following the coronavirus crisis in the UK.

We can't wait to see what she wears next!

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