The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were visiting the BBC and the mother of three looked incredible in a teal Emilia Wickstead dress.
Emilia Wickstead is a firm favourite designer of Kate’s, with the Duchess often pictured in a number of her ensembles.
This particular design costs £1,200 and featured a square neckline and fitted bodice with pleats reaching just above her knee.
The gorgeous gown also featured a subtle stitching detail down the right side of her chest.
Catherine teamed the outfit with a pair of suede black heels.
As always, she styled her brunette locks into big bouncy waves tousled around her shoulders.
The teal dress looked beautiful with the Duchess’ eye-catching blue engagement ring.
Catherine and William were visiting the BBC to view the work that the broadcaster is doing as a key member of the Duke’s Taskforce on the Prevention of Cyberbullying.
Kate and William joined children from Wormholt Park Primary School on the BBC The One Show sofa as they discussed Kids Online Wellbeing app.
Kate and William continuously champion causes in support of mental health and anti-bullying campaigns as part of their Royal Foundation initiative with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry – affectionately dubbed the ‘Fab Four’.
The royal couple have had a busy couple of days as Kate and William attended engagements in South Yorkshire before travelling back to London for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday bash at Buckingham Palace last night.
For her royal engagement in South Yorkshire the day before, Kate recycled one of her favourite coat dresses.
Catherine’s dress was by Eponine and cost a whopping £1,650.
She previously wore the ensemble in January last year.
The coat dress featured a belt at the waist and button detailing at the bust.
It also had elegant pleats on the skirt and three-quarter length sleeves.
A coat dress is a trademark style of the Duchess and she completed the outfit with a classic black clutch bag.
Teaming the dress with her favourite pair of blue suede heels, Kate displayed her toned pins.
With her dark tresses styled into a subtle wave, the Duchess of Cambridge was as radiant as ever.