The Duchess of Cambridge met with parents and staff at Hornsey Road Children's centre, to discuss the importance of improving maternal mental health
It might have been a chilly day in London, but the Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up in a cream-white coat to carry out royal duties.
Kate wore her Goat 'Redgrave' jacket to visit the Hornsey Road Children's centre in North London, to talk about maternal mental health care, in conjunction with Family Action, a charity whom the Queen is Patron of.
Teaming the chic ensemble with black Russell & Bromley/Stuart Weitzman HALFNHALF knee-high boots , tights and a matching Mulberry Bayswater clutch.
Kate originally wore the outfit to visit Child Bereavement headquarters in March 2013, when she was pregnant with her first born, Prince George.
The £600 coat is still part of the British brand's current collection and is available in an array of colours. The A-line style is perfect for a growing baby bump and fellow royal Zara Phillips also owns a version.
Last week the Duchess stepped out in a new tunic dress from Goat and it looks like it's one of her go-to labels at the moment.
The Duchess was originally due to visit the Hornsey Road Children's centre, back in September, but was forced to postpone after the announcement that she was pregnant with her third child.
Like her previous pregnancies with George and Charlotte, Kate has been suffering with hyperemesis gravidarum (severe morning sickness) and stepped back from public duties in order to recover.
Last weekend, Kate joined other senior members of the royal family at the Royal Festival of Remembrance at the Albert Hall and Remembrance Sunday service.
She brought out two fitting black coats for the occasions - one by one of her favourite British brands Catherine Walker, and the other, a double button detail jacket from Dolce & Gabbana.Read more at mirror.co.uk