- Kate Middleton toted a mini Chanel handle bag with green culottes, a knit sweater, and leather fringed heels while visiting the Natural History Museum in London.
- A patron of the museum, the Duchess of Cambridge stopped by to see the Angela Marmont Centre for U.K. Biodiversity and learn how it's helping to protect wildlife in the country.
- The duchess just made an appearance last week in an elegant teal dress for an engagement with husband Prince William.
Fall really is in swing if one is to go by Kate Middleton's latest outfit. The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for an engagement today in shades of khaki green and plum, apropos for the cooling October weather.
She looked equal parts chic and cozy in a knit sweater by Warehouse, which was accented with a scalloped neckline and sleeves; wide-leg culottes by the British brand Jigsaw, one of the labels that collaborated with Meghan Markle on The Smart Set; fringed, leather eggplant pumps from Tod's; and a quilted Chanel logo handbag—the cherry on top.
The burgundy Chanel accessory isn't new to Kate's wardrobe. The royal has previously worn it (with those same Tod's heels) during her trip to Paris in 2017 and during an appearance in Sweden in January 2018. Albeit rare, the handbag is a chic touch to the duchess's outfits whenever she wears it.
Duchess Kate beamed while arriving to the Angela Marmont Centre for U.K. Biodiversity at London's Natural History Museum today. During her visit, she learned how the center's efforts to protect wildlife and inspected some of its insect and plant specimens.
She has been a patron of the Natural History Museum since 2013.
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