Kate Middleton stepped out wearing a casual ensemble as she visited the Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk today. This is the first time she has appeared in public since the coronavirus lockdown began.
Today, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out at Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk.
This is not far from where she has been isolating with her family at Anmer Hall, also in Norfolk.
During the engagement, Kate met with owners and staff at the garden centre, while socially distancing.
She opted for a casual look, wearing a pair of dark brown skinny jeans.
The mother-of-three wore a light blue linen skirt that was slightly unbuttoned and it was tucked into her trousers.
The shirt appears to be the Jaeger Aqua Linen Shirt, £99, which she first wore at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2019.
To complete the look, the royal wore a two-toned brown padded gilet.
It had oversized pockets and was left open, cutting off just below her hips.
Kate opted for comfort on her first day back, wearing the Superga 2750 Cotu Classic trainers, £55, that she has worn on a number of occasions before.
She continued to show off her thrifty side by wearing a pair of drop emerald earrings she has sported before.
The 18 carat gold earrings have a central emerald jewel with a gold trim.
They are the Siren Wire Earrings, available from Monica Vinader for £115.
She wore her thick brown locks pulled back into a half-up-half-down do.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked fresh wearing nude eyeshadow and a coat of mascara.
She completed her barely there make-up look with a slick of blusher.