We all know Duchess Kate has great style.
On Tuesday, Prince William and Kate were at Waterloo Station in London to speak about artwork displayed at the Hold Still exhibit, which features images taken during the pandemic lockdown.
While there, she sported a gorgeous full-length Alexander McQueen red coat that she paired with a white blouse, black purse and pumps.
The Duchess of Cambridge also paired her autumn-ready ensemble with a small pair of gold earrings and a floral print mask.
The Hold Still exhibition was initially launched by the duchess in May to create a unique collective. To date, over 31,500 entries have been submitted between May and June.
"After seeing the portraits on display, The Duke and Duchess met with NHS workers at St.Barts, three of which were featured in the final 100 images for their image 'All in this together' - an incredibly moving image, showcasing the camaraderie of the NHS community," Kensington Royal captioned a photo of the royal couple viewing some of the artwork.
The Hold Still portraits will continue to be shown in 112 locations across 80 towns, cities and boroughs with the support of the National Portrait Gallery and Co-op.
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