The Duchess of Cambridge looked red-y for royal duty as she made a visit in London to the National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Hospital of London. To mark the publication of Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020 the duchess stopped at the art gallery where she also serves as patron. Later in the day, Kate launched a treasure hunt for the photography tome with The Book Fairies, an organization that encourages the sharing of books.
At Barts Health, Kate viewed projects and installations and spoke with a small group of staff.
For the visit, Kate wore an Eponine London coat dress. The design from the Autumn/Winter 2018 collection is called the “The Coat Dress” and is described as a “wool crepe coat with mandarin collar”.
The duchess wore a pleated skirt by Zara (ID Middleton Maven/Angela).
Kate also carried a new bag — the DeMellier Nano Montreal in Deep Toffee (ID Lady Parky). The micro bag is described as a petite structured crossbody with a strap and tubular top handle.
Kate wore her tan Celia calfskin pumps by Ralph Lauren.
The duchess also wore her Mappin & Webb Empress earrings.