The Duchess of Cambridge wore friend Tabitha Webb’s sweater for a phone call to midwives from her home in Norfolk where she is isolating with her children–Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis  along with Prince William during lockdown. At Anmer Hall, Kate and William have been making frequent cyber check-ins with their patronages as well as morale boosting calls supporting the NHS.

The duchess decided on Tabitha Webb’s ‘Jessie’ knit sweater made of a blend of wool and cashmere. The baby blue and white sweater is perfect for casual outings and features a chevron zigzag pattern.

The mom of three participated in another call wearing her Boden ‘Aurora’ blue daisy print wrap dress.

Kate previously wore the heron blue daisy field print midi dress with a tiered skirt and three-quarter-length sleeves for the 2019 Cambridge Christmas card.

The spring-friendly dress also features a tie waist and has a hint of Bohemian flair with its flowy skirt and crinkle fabric.

Kate also wore her Daniella Draper hoop earrings with the shamrock removed for her call to the maternity unit in Kingston.