Kate Middleton, 36, and Prince William, 35, were in Coventry today, and the pregnant Duchess put her best style foot forward.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will learn about an innovative training centre for nurses, midwives and paramedics when they open the £59 million facility at Coventry University.
The couple are touring the institution’s new science and health building during a day spent in Coventry celebrating the city’s history, people and heritage.
At the facility students learn to care for a patient at every stage of their medical journey, from paramedics arriving at their house to their stay in hospital, through to their rehabilitation at home.
William and Kate are set to meet students before following the journey of a fictional patient through the various areas of speciality taught at the centre, visiting a paramedic ambulance simulator, operating theatre, rehabilitation area and adapted living houses.
For the busy day, Kate wore a magenta coat she wore during her last pregnancy.
The £1500 Mulberry coat is a favourite for the Duchess, who has worn it throughout all three of her pregnancies.
She paired the coat with a pair of thick tights and black suede court shoes.
Wrapping up warmly against the cold, Kate wore a pair of thick black gloves.
She wore her hair loose, tonged into curls at the end, and kept her makeup low-key.
A pair of large diamond drop earrings could be seen hanging from her ears.
Kate chose bright pink today, but was seen in blue earlier this month – both times concealing her baby bump.
As she visited Place2Be with William in January, she wore a pretty blue and green floral dress by Seraphine. The Duchess was seen in the dress twice when pregnant with her daughter.
She added a £299 wool coat from Hobbs to the look, shielding her from the harsh British weather.
The pregnant 35-year-old wore a navy blue coat and matching accessories.
The smart double-breasted coat had six silver buttons and appeared to be wrapped around a blue print dress.