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Kate Middleton puts on a stylish display in £380 Tory Burch polka dot blouse

Spot on! Polished Kate Middleton debuted a £380 Tory Burch polka dot blouse and £39 Jigsaw wide-leg trousers for fun-filled day in Wolverhampton with Prince William

  • Kate Middleton wore £380 Tory Burch polka dot blouse for Wolverhampton visit
  • Royal, 39, paired with Jigsaw wide-leg trousers and Catherine Walker navy coat 
  • Accessoried with £95 Freya Rose drop earrings and Halcyon Days bangle 

Kate Middleton put on a stylish display in a new £380 Tory Burch polka dot blouse and flares as she joined William at three community organisations helping children and young people with their mental health on Thursday.

The mother-of-three, 39, who looked a vision in blue during her visit to Wolverhampton, paired her silk satin polka-dot blouse which featured cream collar detail, with a pair of £39 figure-hugging wide-leg trousers from Jigsaw. 

Typically elegant, the Duchess of Cambridge accessorised with a pair of delicate £95 Freya Rose drop earrings which feature detachable pearls, and a Halcyon Days gold plated bangle.

Putting safety first, the royal also opted for a floral Amaia Mask and completed her outfit with a navy blue Catherine Walker coat, £395 Emmy London block heel suede pumps and a £551 Smythson navy clutch bag. 

Kate Middleton (pictured), 39, put on an elegant display in a £380 Tory Burch polka dot blouse and flares as she joined William at three community organisations helping children and young people with their mental health on Thursday.

Kate (pictured, far right) paired her silk satin polka-dot blouse which featured cream collar detail, with a pair of £39 figure-hugging wide-leg trousers from Jigsaw

Kate (pictured, far right) paired her silk satin polka-dot blouse which featured cream collar detail, with a pair of £39 figure-hugging wide-leg trousers from Jigsaw

It was the first time Kate has been spotted wearing the £380 Tory Burch polka dot blouse (pictured), which features cream collar detail

It was the first time Kate has been spotted wearing the £380 Tory Burch polka dot blouse (pictured), which features cream collar detail

The Duchess of Cambridge could also be seen donning her blue sapphire and diamond engagement ring – previously worn by her late mother-in-law Princess Diana. 

The 12-carat oval sapphire is surrounded by 14 natural diamonds and set on an 18k white gold band.

Kate opted to wear her sleek, brown hair loose and kept her makeup minimal for the visit – with just a light layering of mascara, touch of blusher and natural lip tint.

Meanwhile, Prince William perfectly complemented his wife’s outfit in a smart pair of navy chinos, a shirt, jumper and blazer. 

Prince William perfectly complemented his wife's outfit in a smart pair of navy chinos, a shirt, jumper and blazer. Pictured, The Duke and Duchess couldn't keep the smiles from their faces as they planted the flower pots today

Prince William perfectly complemented his wife’s outfit in a smart pair of navy chinos, a shirt, jumper and blazer. Pictured, The Duke and Duchess couldn’t keep the smiles from their faces as they planted the flower pots today

Kate completed her outfit with a pair of £395 Emmy London block heel suede pumps and a £551 Smythson navy clutch bag. Pictured, with the Duke of Cambridge sat in on a mental wellbeing session during a visit to The Way Youth Zone on Thursday

Kate completed her outfit with a pair of £395 Emmy London block heel suede pumps and a £551 Smythson navy clutch bag. Pictured, with the Duke of Cambridge sat in on a mental wellbeing session during a visit to The Way Youth Zone on Thursday

The couple’s first stop was The Way Youth Zone, a state-of-the-art facility that offers activities and support for young people, where Kate and William got their hands dirty planting flower pots. Sporty Kate looked in her element as she tried her hand at archery, while William couldn’t resist showing off his football skills. 

Later the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Base25, which provides vital services like anger management courses and counselling to young people, before rounding off the day at HugglePets in the Community, which uses animal encounters to help tackle children’s mental health issues like anxiety and depression.

The Duchess of Cambridge beamed as she held a chameleon and Gus the guinea pig alongside children from a local primary school.

The engagements are all part of William and Kate’s efforts to mark Mental Health Awareness Week.   

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