Kate Middleton started 2017 dressed in blue. The mother of two attended her first engagement of the year this Wednesday wearing a sophisticated coat of this color, signed by Eponine London.
The Duchess of Cambridge is a big fan of the British brand and in fact has been seen wearing several designs of the firm in many of her commitments. In particular, this coat belongs to the Fall-Winter 2016 collection and is a modern reinterpretation of the dress type coat with graphic lines and pleated details.
Middleton, 35, accompanied her look with suede heels of the same color and a black clutch. She also opted for an up-do with marked waves and natural makeup.
George and Charlotte's mother and Prince William were visiting the Anna Freud National Center for Children and Families in order to learn more about working with families and children under the age of five. The center opened its doors to the public in April 2011 and offers a counseling and treatment program for parents with personality disorder.
Kate had a meeting with the parents who had completed their therapy program and listened to the experiences that made them turn to the center and take the program it offers and how it has changed their lives.
Earlier this week Kate celebrated her birthday at her home in Norflok on an intimate day with her family. She accompanied Queen Elizabeth II to church last Sunday with her husband Prince William. Her mother Carole, sister Pippa and brother James also attended the religious service.