The Duchess of Cambridge stuns in high street fashion as she steps out at National History Museum

Duchess Cambridge
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The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton, stopped by the National History Museum in London today in order to visit the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity to hear how it is championing and helping to protect UK wildlife.

The Angela Marmont Centre is a hub in the museum dedicated to studying the UK’s natural world, looking into the nation’s wildlife and how and why it is changing.

Looking stunning as ever for the information-filled day, Duchess Catherine stepped out in a super chic outfit, bought from high street fashion brands.

Appearing effortlessly elegant in the smart casual ensemble, the Duchess sported a seriously autumnal maroon, high neck sweater from Warehouse, which retails at a bargain price of £39.

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On her bottom half, the mum-of-three teamed the jumper with a pair of stylish, khaki culottes from Jigsaw.

The Relaxed Gathered Waist Culottesusually retail at £130, but are currently on sale for a more affordable £89.

At the moment, you can pick them up on the Jigsaw website in sizes 6 to 16, although if the history of the ‘Kate Effect’ is anything to go by, they may be set to sell out pronto.

If the Duchess’ approval wasn’t enough to send you swooning and decide her trousers were a must have seasonal staple, they also raked in some rave reviews online.

What a find. Go with just about everything.. Dress up, dress down, heels or boots, my go to thing wherever I am going,’ one happy customer wrote.

Very good fit. Ordered in a 10 as the back are elasticated. They also have a side zip so perfect fit and very comfortable,’ chipped in another.

While a third simply gushed, ‘Gorgeous fabric and great fit.’