The Duchess of Cambridge normally prefers loose, wavy locks but today she kept her hair tied back in a slick ponytail and recycled the £169 Dalmatian print coat from Hobbs we saw her wearing while pregnant with Prince George in 2013.
She finished her elegant look with simple black heels and clutch bag.
The Duchess was in Kent to visit the Turner Contemporary art gallery. She will tour the 'Self: Image and Identity' exhibition and see the last self-portrait by Sir Anthony Van Dyck.
Kate will also meet with artists whose work is displayed in the gallery.
As well as her tour, the 33-year-old will speak with local school children about an art project they're working on and visit the Clore Learning Studio.
Kate is known to be a lover of art. She studied art history at the University of St Andrews, where she met Prince William, and is a patron of The National Portrait Gallery in London. She is also a royal patron of The Art Room which is an organisation that uses art therapy to help children with emotional and behavioural difficulties.
This is Kate's second public engagement of the week.
On Monday, she joined husband Prince William for the Commonwealth Day Observance at Westminster Abbey. She will travel to Ealing Studios in London tomorrow to visit the set of Downton Abbey, meet the cast and watch a scene being filmed in the servants' quarters.
Kate's second child is due in April.
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