Today Kate Middleton is paying a visit to her father-in-law HRH The Prince of Wales’ charity, The Prince’s Trust - one of a handful of public appearances she has made since announcing her pregnancy in December.
On her visit to the Prince's Trust Charity in Grimsby, which has been delayed slightly due to bad weather, Kate will meet with young people who have turned their lives around with the help of the Prince's Trust. The programme in Grimsby works in partnership with Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, and so the Duchess will also get the chance to visit fire crews working at the station and see their fire engines - but we'll doubt she'll hop on board.
Kate is wrapped up in a sumptuous chestnut-brown coat from highstreet hero Hobbs that she previously wore on a trip to Liverpool last February. It's adorned with leather stud fastening cuff straps and a matching belt at the waist. At the time that the DoC first wore the piece Hobbs Chairman, Iain MacRitchie told us, 'We are delighted to see our designers getting recognition for their creative talent and the Hobbs brand credentials. With the UK's strength and depth of contemporary British designer fashion it is fantastic to see this important industry increasingly getting a worldwide profile.' Thanks to Kate's endorsement the coat is currently out of stock.
The Duchess of Cambridge in Liverpool, February 2012
This is not the first time in the last week that Kate has recycled previous looks. At the weekend she attended a wedding in Switzerland wearing a MaxMara Studio dress which she previously stepped out in on an official visit to Cambridge in November 2012.
For more of the Duchess of Cambridge's looks, check out Grazia's Kate Middleton Look Book! below...