Kate Middleton and Prince William appeared on a video call last week to speak to adorable children. Kate and William called children and staff at Casterton Primary Academy, where teachers were looking after children of key workers and vulnerable children.
Kate, 38, wore a mustard coloured top. While it was difficult to tell what she was wearing, style fans soon sniffed it out.
The Duchess of Cambridge was wearing a jumper from Zara.
The top has balloon style sleeves and is gathered at the shoulder.
She wore it with a pair for gold earrings, the Catherine Zoraida Fern Leaf Earrings, which cost £165.
The style is exactly the same style of sleeve that featured in a red dress from the high street store Kate wore in February.
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Kate wore the red dress to visit Port Talbot in South Wales.
The midi skirt length was appropriate for the winter months, and Kate also wrapped up with a navy blue coat.
Kate also wore dangling earrings on this occasion.
She wore the Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings, which cost £5,130, by Asprey London.
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Her necklace was a sweet customised number, which made a tribute to Kate’s three children.
It’s the Daniella Draper Trio Diamond Midnight Moon Necklace, which costs around £1270.
In last week’s video Kate kept her make-up casual wearing a slick of bronzer and clear lip gloss.
Prince William also went for a casual look wearing a blue shirt with an open collar.
The virtual visit comes after the UK government advised Britons to stay at home as much as possible.
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The Cambridges have charmed fans with an Easter Sunday Instagram post celebrating spring.
Daffodils outside Kensington Palace set the celebratory mood.
Fans rushed to comment on the charming update, which read: “Wishing you all a safe and happy Easter #StayHomeSaveLives.”
One wrote: “Happy Easter to all members at Kensington Palace may you all be safe and happy.”
“Same to you and your family,” another said.
Recently, a style expert revealed how Kate Middleton’s style has returned to a more simple look after Meghan Markle left the UK.
According to a source close to the Duchess of Cambridge: “The atmosphere since the Sussexes has left has noticeably improved.”
Speaking to The Sun, a royal insider said: “Kate does not feel she has to compete now. She has gone back to a much simpler style. Kate feels very much more relaxed now.”
Apparently, Kate felt the pressure that would naturally come with the consistent comparisons people made between Kate and her sister-in-law, Meghan Markle.