Duchess of Cambridge wows in trousers and Gucci pussybow blouse

By Meaghan Wray

Duchess of Cambridge wows in trousers and Gucci pussybow blouse


The Duchess of Cambridge put her best fashion foot forward for a day out on March 12! Kate had two visits on the agenda for the day – the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre and one of her patronages, the National Portrait Gallery – and stepped out in a look somewhat rare for her. The mom-of-three paired black affordable trousers with a gorgeous high-end pop of colour, and was ready for fun.

Kate stunned in a Gucci blouse. Photo: © Neil Mockford/GC Images

The 37-year-old brought some colour to the otherwise cloudy day, dazzling in a pink-purple pussybow blouse by one of her go-to luxury designers and black wide-leg trousers by British brand Jigsaw. As for accessories, Kate carried a small patent handbag by Aspinal, anchoring the ensemble with black suede pumps.

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Eagle-eyed royal watchers may have noticed the gorgeous earrings Kate chose for the occasion. The pair of dainty jewels – her Links of London Hope Egg Earrings – haven't made an appearance since 2012! As always, her brunette hair was styled perfectly in her signature bouncy curls, and her hands only decorated with her jaw-dropping engagement ring from Prince William in 2010.

Kate hasn't worn her Links of London Hope Earrings since 2012, and brought them back out on March 12. Photo: © Neil Mockford/GC Images

This appearance follows Commonwealth Day, on which senior members of the Royal Family – including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Queen – all joined together at Westminster Abbey for a poignant ceremony. For the Commonwealth's 70th anniversary, Kate was radiant in a red Catherine Walker military style coat, paired with a matching hat, a grey clutch and grey suede pumps for the event.

The duchess dazzled in a red Catherine Walker coat on Commonwealth Day. Photo: © Getty Images

Fans of the Duchess of Cambridge can expect to spot her again on March 19, when she'll pay a visit to the Foundling Museum to understand how they use art to make a positive contribution to society by engaging with vulnerable and marginalized young people.

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