Duchess Kate is nearing her April due date, but that's not stopping her from looking chic as ever for Tuesday's royal engagement.
The pregnant royal visited a school in Oxford to speak with teachers, students and parents about mental health through the charity Family Links. The organization provides support not only for its young students, but for the students' families as well.
In a recent recording, Kate explained how imperative it is to support mental health awareness. "This is best achieved when we, the adults in their lives, work together to give children the emotional strength they need to face their futures and thrive,” she asserted.
For the visit, Kate recycled a $140 JoJo Maman Bébé cream maternity coat that she also donned when pregnant with Princess Charlotte in 2015. For baby number three, the royal has been re-wearing a number of her select maternity staples worn during her previous two pregnancies, including a number of Seraphine dresses and coats.
Kate visits Downton Abbey set in 2015 (Getty)
Complementing the cream coat, Kate paired the elegant silhouette with a pair of black pumps and black clutch. To polish off the look, she opted for her traditional blowout style, pearl drop earrings and her gorgeous blue sapphire engagement ring.
Tuesday's outing marks one of Kate's last engagements before she gives birth in April. Another public engagement is set for March 12, and will include Kate, the queen, Meghan Markle, Princes Harry and William, along with other members of the royal family.
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