The Duchess of Cambridge has been hard at work this week. On Wednesday morning in London, she stepped out in her most casual ensemble yet. Kate Middleton visited LEYF Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School in the city and wore a vibrant teal coat with a white blouse, black skinny jeans, and black ankle boots. She wore her hair down and accessorized with delicate dangle earrings.
Inside, Kate had a blast serving breakfast with the kids:
According to Who What Wear, Kate wore a (sadly sold out) top from Parisian high-street brand Sézane. Her teal coat hasn't been ID'd, but this Jigsaw wool number is very similar:
As for her boots, they appear to be Aquatalia's "Fab Dry" boots, and Saks actually has them hugely discounted right now:
Kate appeared today in part to promote her 5 Big Questions survey she launched earlier this month for parents in the UK. Kensington Palace announced the results of the survey would help guide Kate's work in early childhood development and mental health
The Duchess of Cambridge has been meeting parents and children across England in support of the initiative. She started by visiting them in Birmingham, then went on to meet more families in Cardiff. Royal reporters announced Kate was doing a 24 hour tour of the country, which also included stops in London and Surrey.
Kate was previously out this week for a visit to Evelina London Children's Hospital (where she rewore her beloved Dolce & Gabbana tweed skirt suit) on Tuesday and to attend the UK Holocaust Memorial Ceremony on Monday.
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