The Duchess of Cambridge wore a navy Max Mara jacket and showed off her toned legs in a short matching skirt by Orla Kiely – the same designer who created the brown 'Birdie' print dress that she was sporting on Tuesday.
The new mum unintentionally had a Marilyn Monroe moment when a gust of wind blew her skirt up as she accepted flowers from a child.
She accessorised with blue suede gloves, a small clutch bags and suede high heels. Her hair looked lovely in Kate's signature half-up, half-down 'do.
Kate was attending an event entitled Resilience and Emotional Strength in Schools Forum, hosted by the charity Place2Be. The royal has been a patron of the charity since April of this year.
There, she met head teachers to discuss issues such as cyber bulling and increasing emotional strength in young students.
It was a solo engagement for the Duchess, who was accompanied by her husband during her visit to the crime prevention charity Only Connect on Tuesday morning.