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Duchess Catherine has wowed fans in a gorgeous winter outfit. The Duchess of Cambridge visited a prison to speak to rehabilitated women.
- Duchess Catherine has wowed fans in a gorgeous autumn-hued winter outfit.
- The Duchess of Cambridge visited a prison in Surrey to speak to rehabilitated women who have been released from incarceration since she met them back in 2015.
- In other royal news, the Duchess of Cornwall stepped out looking fabulous as she upped style stakes with a twist on a big season trend.
Duchess Catherine has wowed fans after stepping out in a gorgeous winter outfit.
The style icon, who has inspired wardrobes across the country for the last decade, wore a chic black and brown combo as she visited women in Surrey’s HMP Send prison.
Looking radiant, the Duchess wore a long tan Massimo Dutti coat over a black high neck jumper and stunning pointed suede heeled boots.
But the standout piece of the outfit had to the high street skirt that the Duchess unveiled when she removed her coat.
Catherine was dressed in a gorgeous black and brown leopard print satin skirt from high-street favourite Zara.
And the best thing about it? It comes in at only £9.99!
Unfortunately the beautiful piece is sold out now, but high-street store New Look has a similar version that will set you back only £25.99 – and is currently discounted to only £13!
Plus it’s still in stock in most sizes so if you want it you’re in with a chance.
‘The Duchess of Cambridge has spent time meeting with families across the country and hearing about the issues they deal with day-to-day, in addition to speaking with academics, experts, organisations and practitioners,’ Kensington Palace wrote on their Instagram page of the Duchess’s duties.
‘Today The Duchess of Cambridge visited HMP Send to talk to some of the women she met during a visit to the prison in 2015 — who have since been successfully rehabilitated, released and are rebuilding their families, in addition to women currently at the prison.
‘The Duchess heard about the work that the Forward Trust do at the prison in supporting clients to improve their relationships with friends and family, including reconnecting with children’.