Kate Middleton has accompanied Her Majesty, the Queen (aka Kate's Grandmother-in-law) on a girl's day out. Naturally both women looked on point.
Mother-of-three Middleton, who recently took a trip to Ireland with her husband Prince WIlliam, the Duke of Cambridge, looked chic and feminine as ever in a Catherine Walker dress coat, a black fascinator and her trusty Mulberry coat.
Queen Elizabeth II, however, gave the 37-year-old a run for her sartorial money, in a pink Stewart Parvin Old Rose cashmere coat and silk dress, complete with a Rachel Trevor-Morgan matching hat (duh), and some prim, black accessories.
The pair of style mavens were visiting King's College London, to open Bush House. The pair will reportedly, 'watch robotics demos, meet students on the virtual trading floor and check out one of two new roof terraces.'
This is a rare trip for the Royal duo, who have never had an official event together (just the two of them). Back in 2012 they both visited Leicester, and looked like they had a ball, but were accompanied by Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Later today, Middleton is set to visit the Foundling Museum in London and the Queen is expected to unveil a plaque.
Last week the soon-to-be Aunt to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal baby made headlines when she greeted her pregnant sister-in-law on Commonwealth Day with a double kiss. Their regal greeting hopefully put to bed the bogus rumours about their feuding.
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