For the occasion, the mum of three wore a printed dress by Zara (reduced from £89.99 to £15.99 in the sale, but sold out) under a new forest green, military-inspired coat - likely by her wedding dress designer, Alexander McQueen.
While in West Yorkshire, William and Kate will also visit young people, employers and families at a series of projects that promote cohesion within what is one of Britain's most diverse cities.
"I don't think William wants any more", Kate told the 25-year-old as she and William stepped out for their first outing since news broke that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be stepping back as senior members of the royal family.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have returned to official duties after the Christmas break.
At one point the cheering got so loud, the Duke turned to a group of women and said, "Hello!"
"If we can replicate that more across the country then that can only be for good".
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge later joined a workshop with Near Neighbours, an organisation which brings together people from religiously and ethnically diverse communities across the United Kingdom to get to know each other better.
"It's sometimes trying to get people to understand that's it's OK to have these challenges", said the prince.
As William was speaking, his wife Kate was seated beside him, nodding in agreement. When it comes to Meghan, the Duchess reportedly joined the meeting from Canada via call since the discussion revolved around her and Prince Harry.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Bradford for a day of joint engagements.
The father of three was asked about the so-called Sandringham summit by a member of the public in Bradford, but he didn't respond. After greeting the excited crowd, the couple headed to a restaurant, where Kate ordered a milkshake. We look forward to sharing the full details of this exciting next step in due course, as we continue to collaborate with Her Majesty The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge and all relevant parties. Basically, those born into the British royal family were in attendance. "Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time working Members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their wish to live a more independent life as a family while remaining a valued part of my family", said the queen.