The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant as she attended an event on Wednesday morning at the Royal Society of Medicine in London wearing a super chic pale mint green coat and matching dress.
Adorned with an elegant bow fastening at the neck and gold buttons on the cuffs, the bespoke Jenny Packham coat nailed the season’s pastel trend with perfect execution.
The Duchess of Cambridge and The Royal Foundation hosted a symposium on the benefits of providing social and emotional support to children in their early years, a cause close to her heart, where the Duchess brought together academics, researchers, practitioners, educators and charities to discuss perinatal, maternal and infant mental health, parenting support, and resources for schools.
Despite being in the third trimester of her pregnancy (the baby is due on April 4), the Duchess looked incredibly glamorous in nude Gianvito Rossi stilettos and subtle green Amethyst and diamond Kiki McDonough drop earrings.
At today’s symposium The Duchess of Cambridge has heard from leading academics, @WesselyS @doctoralaing Professor Jane Barlow & @AFNCCF CEO, @PeterFonagy on perinatal, maternal and infant #MentalHealth & the importance of supporting parents pic.twitter.com/Ipkp8226I9— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 21, 2018
Her rich brunette curls were coiffed to perfection and her bronzy eye makeup and nude lipstick accentuated her natural glow.
This is the second time this week that the mother-of-two, has opted for a green ensemble.
On Saturday she attended a St Patrick's Day Parade of the Irish Guards, wearing a green Catherine Walker coat she had previously worn on the royal visit to Stockholm.
She accessorised the forest green coat with black fur collar and cuffs, black tights and a tonal green hat.
January has seen Kate sport a number of brightly coloured coats, but Wednesday's mint green number was certainly the most fashion-forward of the bunch.
Not to mention being a perfect colour choice to celebrate the start of long-awaited springtime.