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The Duchess of Cambridge is out again today for a royal engagement with husband Prince William, and we love her high street coat!
- Duchess Catherine is in South Wales today for a day of royal engagements with Prince William.
- The royal wrapped up warm for the windy weather in a gorgeous coat from high street retailer Hobbs – and it’s actually on sale!
- This follows royal news that she was left heartbroken by devastating documentary.
Duchess Catherine always loos flawless while out and about, and the wintry weather clearly doesn’t phase her. For a trip to the seaside in South Wales, Catherine wrapped up in a gorgeous navy coat from Hobbs and looks classy as ever!
The coat is actually on sale at the moment – down from £349 to £259. Of course you better hurry – it’s expected to sold out due to the Kate effect…
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The royal paired the coat with a midi-length red Zara dress and black boots.
She also matched the dress with a red Mulberry bag and a heart-printed Beulah London scarf – perhaps a sweet nod to Valentine’s Day?
The pair travelled to South Wales to see the efforts of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. They boarded a lifeboat and chatted to crewmembers who provide 24-hour rescue services at seas, as well as volunteers who help out.
They also stayed to watch a Mumbles Lifeboat launch as part of a training exercise.
The couple will also visit the Tata Steel in Port Talbot to meet with workers and their families.
The couple have had a very busy start to the year. Their visit to Wales comes just days after the pair attended the Baftas together on Sunday.
Just last week, Catherine was also busy touring the country to promote her survey on early childhood, which she hopes will trigger “lasting change for generations to come”.