Prince William and Kate Middleton are certainly seeing Ireland from all sides during their three-day trip. Yesterday, they visited visit to Áras an Uachtaráin before enjoying a night on the two in Dublin's Guinness Storehouse. Today, the couple visited Jigsaw, the national charity for Youth Mental Health, which provides vital support to young people aged 12-25.
Jigsaw are working hard to spread the message of the importance of having 'One Good Adult' in a young person's life, and the positive benefits this can have on their mental health.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 4, 2020
Thank you Alba and Josh for the special OGA @JigsawYMH mugs! #RoyalVisitIreland pic.twitter.com/Xg3e94W83T
During their visit, Kate shone in yet another sophisticated outfit, this time stepping out in a cream Reiss double-breasted coat, a favourite of hers that she’s owned since long before she joined the royal family and has brought out time and again.
The flattering midi-length 'Olivia' coat features a flared A-line skirt, while the contrasting dark buttons add a touch of elegance to the Duchess' otherwise casual outfit.
Pairing the coat with a simple black and white polka dot blouse from Equipment, black jeans and black suede ankle boots by Russell & Bromley, Kate looked polished and comfortable.
With another formal reception coming up tonight, this time hosted by Tanaiste Simon Coveny, we can’t wait to see what outfit Kate pulls together.