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With a new season officially underway, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in London donning shades of burgundy and olive for a visit to the Natural History Museum's Angela Marmont Center for UK Biodiversity.

Mother-of-three Kate stole the level to with her need of outfit, with her £39 Warehouse jumper turning into an quick hit.

Kate paired the jumper with a pair of Jigsaw green pants - which are on sale within the imply time for £89 down from £130.

Kate's hair appeared to have reddish tones on October 2. But it looks like Kate has no intention of turning her back on the more modern trends she embraced during the warmer weather.

The Duchess wore her brunette locks down and curled and was all smiles at the appearance.

The image of the Duchess of finished shoes on a high steady heel, is selected under the tones of her sweater.

'These soft lighter pieces help frame her face, keeps the warmth in these colder approaching months, ' said Johnson.

While touring the centre with Museum Director Michael Dixon, the Duchess got to view some of the museums specimen and also see DNA sequencing in action.

"I remember visiting the Natural History Museum as a child, and being inspired with a love of nature", she shared during a July 2017 event.

The aim of the visit was to hear more about how it is championing and helping to protect United Kingdom wildlife, and was undertaken in her role as patron of the Natural History Museum.

There had been some very enraged teens waiting out of doorways the Natural History Museum at the moment time!

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