Kate Middleton embraces fall fashion in chic green culottes and plum sweater as she steps out for a museum visit

Although she kept her outfit relatively simple, she added a touch of luxury to it in the form of a chic $3,666 Chanel bag in maroon


                            Kate Middleton embraces fall fashion in chic green culottes and plum sweater  as she steps out for a museum visit

Kate Middleton arrived at the Natural History Museum in London on Wednesday, October 9, in a chic outfit that perfectly complimented her slender frame.

For the occasion, the 37-year-old mother-of-three wore a $48 berry-colored turtleneck from Warehouse, which featured scallop-like patterns around the neckline and sleeves. She paired her outfit with a $159 khaki culottes from the high-street brand Jigsaw. 

Although she kept her outfit relatively simple, she added a touch of luxury to it in the form of a chic $3,666 Chanel bag in maroon. The Duchess of Cambridge completed her look with a pair of heeled loafers from Tod's, matching the color of her jumper, which cost $431.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives at The Angela Marmont Centre For UK Biodiversity at Natural History Museum on October 9, 2019, in London, England. HRH is Patron of the Natural History Museum. (Photo by Kirsty Wigglesworth - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

She accessorized her look with a pair of dainty Oak Leaf hoop earrings from Asprey’s Woodland Collection and wore her hair down for the event. 

During her visit, she heard from the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity — a scientific hub located in the Natural History Museum — as to how the organization was helping to protect wildlife in the United Kingdom.

Apart from carrying out a range of scientific research, the hub also enables public visitors to identify their finds, trains enthusiasts in wildlife identification and keeps track of animal species in the country which are facing the threat of extinction with the intention of creating a better future for them. 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits The Angela Marmont Centre For UK Biodiversity at Natural History Museum on October 09, 2019, in London, England. HRH is Patron of the Natural History Museum. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

The Duchess, who is a patron at the museum, is a strong advocate for how nature and the outdoors have a positive influence on the physical and mental wellbeing of an individual, especially when it comes to childhood development. 

The Royal Highness also observed some of the museum’s specimens and watched DNA sequencing in action during her visit. 

Kate is set to make an official trip to Pakistan with her husband, 37-year-old Prince William later this month.

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