Kate Middleton kept it casual in plain denim as she wore jeans for a visit to the Natural History Museum today (June 22nd).
And she still managed to look absolutely flawless.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Urban Nature Project at the museum – of which she is the patron.
Where did Kate Middleton get her outfit from?
The brunette Kate, 39, wore a terracotta pink blazer and white vest with jeans and white trainers for the event.
Her characteristic voluminous waves and simple makeup, paired with a dainty gold chain, completed the look.
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The Duchess wore a blazer by designer Chloé, which cost 1,795 pounds. Your Veja sneakers would set you back £ 90 if you wanted to steal their style
Her trendy layered delicate gold chain is from Daniella Draper.
Kate’s gift is as sweet as honey
The Royal brought a special gift for schoolchildren visiting the museum – a pot of honey from their own bees in Anm Hall, Norfolk.
The primary school visitors were delighted with their reward when the director of the Natural History Museum, Dr. Doug Gurr showing Kate around.
She asked the children, “Would you like to try some? I have a spoon at a time. That came from my beehive.
“See if it tastes the same as it does at home. Does it taste like store honey? Does it taste like flowers? “
The Duchess then asked them if they knew how many species of bees there were before giving the answer.
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She said, “350, isn’t that amazing?”
“Every time you see a bee, say ‘thank you’ because they make delicious honey.”
What is the new Natural History Museum project about?
The Urban Mature Project was launched in collaboration with museums and wildlife organizations.
The aim is to help people learn more about nature and solutions to protect the future of planet earth.
The Natural History Museum plans to convert its gardens into a state-of-the-art research center that will open later this year.
Outdoor classrooms, a living laboratory, and science and learning programs for young people and families across the country are offered on the five-acre site.
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