Kate Middleton: She recycled an olive coat
Kate Middleton and Prince William arrived at London Euston Station tonight. The couple boarded the royal train to begin a three day tour of the country.
This week, they will meet with frontline staff and community workers in all parts of the UK.
The Duke and Duchess are expected to thank workers for their efforts during the coronavirus crisis.
The couple covered up as they dressed for the cold weather.
Kate looked effortlessly chic in a long green winter coat.
Kate Middleton: She stepped out with Prince William
Kate Middleton: She completed the look with a tartan scarf
She was first spotted in the design as she attended engagements in January this year.
The olive coat is from the designer Alexander McQueen.
It had two pockets on the front and a fitted bodice that showed off her slim frame.
The look had long sleeves and cut off just above the ankle.
The choice of coat may have given a subtle nod to the wedding dress worn by the royal.
This is because the fashion house Alexander McQueen was also behind her custom wedding dress.
Tonight, Kate completed the look with a red and green tartan scarf.
The mother-of-three stayed warm by wearing a pair of black gloves.
Kate Middleton: Prince William and Kate wore face coverings
Kate finished the classy look with a pair of black slouchy fit high heel boots.
She wore her long brown locks down and styled with a loose wave.
Keeping her make-up simple, Kate wore a nude eyeshadow and a slick of mascara.
The royal covered the rest of her face with a face mask.
The covering had a floral design with a pink and white pattern across it.
Kate Middleton: She wore a look by the same fashion house as her wedding dress
Prince William also wore a face covering, opting for a blue denim look piece.
He wore a blue overcoat which was buttoned at the front.
Underneath, the future King wore a burgundy scarf that was tucked into his coat.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK