Kate Middleton's Burgundy-And-Khaki Outfit Is Perfect for Autumn as She Steps out for Solo Outing
Kate Middleton visits the National History Museum alone, wearing a Burgundy sweatshirt and khaki-like pants.
The Duchess of Cambidge recently visited the National History Museum to know how the Angela Marmont Centre for U.K Biodiversity is assisting to safeguard wild animals in the country.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the ICAP charity day at ICAP on December 9, 2015 in London, England | Source: Getty Images
Kate stunned in green loosed-legged trousers from one of her preferred brands, Jigsaw. She matched the pants with a burgundy turtleneck sweatshirt of only £39 and carried a small Chanel bag worth 3,000 pounds.
Middleton waves at the people, as she mounts the stairs of the Museum in burgundy high heel shoes worth over 350 pounds. Middleton's visit comes before her state trip to a Middle Eastern country, scheduled for later this month.
Rebecca English, in a viral Twitter clip, shows the arrival of Middleton at the Museum. Commenting on the post, English also disclosed that the trousers Kate appears in are from Jigsaw and the top from Warehouse.
Looking relaxed on the trip, the royal family member can also be seen tucking her blonde hair behind her hair as the breeze blows it away.
However, mixed reactions from the fans trailed the thread; some fans expressed dissatisfaction with the outing, saying it didn't become public knowledge until it was happening.
A Twitter user said:
"They couldn't announce it until they were sure there were enough indigenous Nottinghamites to carry her on a raised throne through the building."
"Possibly for security reasons?"
Unbothered about the rant, a fan of the royalty complimented her saying, "she's fantastic."
During the visit, the 37-year-old mom of three will see some of the Museum's exhibits and view DNA continuity in performance. This will be done to know even the smallest insects and micro-organisms playing a role in the ecological surroundings.
The scientific center situated within the Museum is built to study the U.K's natural world, assisting to know and understand thousands of species known to be present in the country.
Middleton worked with the retailing brand while she was dating Prince William. William and Kate are parents to Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte and Prince George.