The Duchess of Cambridge has certainly hit the ground running following maternity leave, stepping out for yet another royal engagement on Wednesday.
The beautiful mother-of-three looked gorgeous in a purple, check patterned dress as she visited the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Browsing through the thousands of magnificent photographs in the new photography centre, Kate showed off her slim figure in the off-the-shoulder dress which fitted in at the waist with a thick purple belt.
Standing tall in simple black heels, the duchess opted to pair the patterned dress with a small box clutch, and gorgeous dangly earrings, while she chose her signature hairstyle with soft waves.
The 36-year-old, who studied art history at the University of St. Andrews, was in her element as she visited the museum in an official role since becoming the first Royal Patron back in March. Kate herself is often found behind the camera, capturing her family’s special moments.
While at the centre, the Duchess toured the opening display, ‘Collecting Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital,’ viewed a number of historical and modern prints, and met with curators.
Both the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex regularly make headlines thanks to their impeccable taste in fashion, however research released recently revealed Prince William’s wife is the biggest royal fashion icon
According to eBay’s annual Retail Report compared to the likes of the Queen and her new sister in law Meghan, Kate’s clothing choices have had the biggest impact on the UK’s shopping habits over the past 12 months.
And it was the mother-of-three’s maternity style that triggered the most online sales, as shoppers rushed to replicate the looks she wore during her pregnancy with Prince Louis, who was born in April.
eBay revealed that searches for tailored maternity coats more than tripled in November 2017, after Kate and Prince William announced they were expecting their third child, while searches for British designer Jenny Packham increased two-fold following Kate’s appearance with newborn baby Louis outside of the Lindo Wing, wearing a red smock dress by Packham.