The Duchess of Cambridge wore one of her most beautiful outfits of the season today. The mum-of-three looked as classy as ever in a chic, autumnal ensemble as she arrived at the Natural History Museum.
Kate donned a berry coloured jumper from Warehouse and a pair of olive green culottes by Jigsaw.
She topped off the look with a burgundy, quilted Chanel bag, fringed leather pumps and the most beautiful leaf earrings by Asprey London.
Kate is the Patron of the Natural History Museum and paid a visit to the Angela Mormont Centre for UK Biodiversity this afternoon.
AMC staff work with colleagues from across the Natural History Museum to carry out a range of scientific research to study how and why the UK’s wildlife is changing.
The aim of the centre is to boost public interest in the UK’s natural environment. The public can bring in species found at home and use the centre’s special equipment to learn more about them.
Earlier this afternoon, The Duchess viewed some of the Museum’s specimens and saw DNA sequencing live in action.
We love how extremely passionate Kate is about protecting wildlife and spending time outdoors. The mum has often discussed the importance of spending time in nature as it can help boost your mood and promotes both general and mental health.