Kate Middleton wears stunning tonal outfit and high-street coat for her latest royal visit

The Princess of Wales has a trick for making sure she looks appropriate for any setting.

On Wednesday her royal highness visited the Colham Manor Children’s Centre with the Maternal Mental Health Alliance in order to highlight the life-changing impact that the provision of an integrated, multi-disciplinary system of holistic care can have for families impacted by perinatal mental health issues. 

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Kate wore an olive green coat from Hobbs

For her appearance in Uxbridge she relied on a classic demure styling trick that can elevate any outfit, she opted for a tonal outfit in a uniform palette of olive green. The royal wore Hobbs London‘s Lori Wool Cashmere Belted Coat which she paired with a Jimmy Choo  Croc-Embossed Leather ‘Palace Bag’ in a matching Dark Clorofilla hue. Kate also sported an olive green ribbed dress and matching Gianvito Rossi 85 Dark Olive Suede Pumps, which she has worn on previous occasions, finishing the look with Kiki McDonough Citrine Pear Drop Earrings. Although the exact coat is not online, the high-street brand is still selling a similar coat in the same fabric.

The tonal look gives any outfit instant polish, and Kate is a huge fan of the technique, having worn a fully beige camel toned outfit for a visit to ‘The Street’ in Scarborough, a community hub that hosts local organisations to grow and develop their service.

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Elva Coat, £349, Hobbs


The mother of three also showed her support for  the Armed Forces by donning a remembrance poppy badge that was fastened to the lapel of her coat, ahead of Remembrance Sunday which takes place on the 13 November.

The visit came just hours after the controversial series five of The Crown was released on Netflix. Kate was there to meet staff and health workers at the centre as part of her role as patron of the Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA).

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