Kate Middleton Opts for a Deep-Blue Belted Dress for Her Latest Appearance in London

Bianca Betancourt
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Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

From Harper's BAZAAR

The Duchess of Cambridge loves floral-print masks and navy blue frocks. And for her latest royal engagement, she's combined the two favorites.

During a visit to the Institute of Reproductive and Development Biology at Imperial College London today, Kate met with medical experts and researchers to learn more regarding the circumstances that contribute to infant loss. Dressed in a demure, long-sleeve, midi-length navy dress, she completed her look with a black leather belt, pointed-toe pumps, and one of her go-to floral-print face masks. The duchess kept her jewelry pared down, appearing to accessorize with only minimal gold drop earrings.

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Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

While meeting with medical professionals, the duchess draped a crisp white lab coat over her ensemble, another image showed.

Photo credit: KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH - Getty Images
Photo credit: KIRSTY WIGGLESWORTH - Getty Images

Kate's visit to the research center coincides with Baby Loss Awareness Week in the United Kingdom and her consistent efforts to advocate for issues affecting mothers, parents, and children across the country. During her visit, the duchess heard from experts regarding what can be done to combat the rates of miscarriages, stillbirths, and premature births. Representatives from the national charity Tommy's—who work to discover the underlying causes of infant loss and provide women help throughout their pregnancies—were also in attendance.

Following her speaking with medical professionals, Kate met with families who have experienced baby loss and how Tommy's provided much-needed bereavement and emotional support.

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