In their first ever Royal engagement as a trio, Kate Middleton and the Duchess of Cornwall paid a visit to famed store Fortnum & Mason in London.
The trip was part of the Queen's Jubilee celebrations, and saw the ladies being met by Boris Johnson and being given a tour around the store, before unveiling a plaque outside to commemorate the renovation of Piccadilly.
Royal engagement: Kate was all smiles outside Fortum & Mason in London earlier this morning. Photo:Rex Features
And spring has most definitely sprung for Duchess Kate, who arrived wearing an elegant petrol-blue Missoni coat, which she teamed with bare legs, grey suede Rupert Sanderson heels, and a yellow daffodil pin in recognition of St David's Day. And the finishing touch? The same Links of London 'Hope' earrings that she wore in the official royal engagement photos (that were a present from Prince William.)
Three generations: Kate, Camillla and the Queen unveil the plaque outside Fortnum & Mason. Photo:Rex Features
Camilla was equally well turned out, in a navy and cream striped dress coat, while the Queen opted for a pastel mint green skirt suit and matching hat.
Take a look back at Duchess Kate's style evolution here: