On February the 11th 2020, the Duchess of Cambridge visited the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) Stanford Hall in Loughborough, Leicestershire.
The Duchess joined The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall and her husband, The Duke of Cambridge for the visit.
The centre delivers in-patient and residential rehabilitation to serving members of the Armed Forces for complex musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. It’s operated by the Ministry of Defence.
During their visit, the royals were given a tour of the site and taken to meet patients and staff.
They joined a Prosthetics workshop where they heard about the different clinical and therapy services available at the centre.
Kate wore a top and skirt by Alexander McQueen.
Alexander McQueen made the jacket and skirt from a wool/silk mix fabric. Both pieces feature metallic buttons decorated with mythical creatures.
Kate hasn’t carried this bag to an engagement before but you might recognise it anyway. It’s also by Alexander McQueen. It’s the ‘Wicca‘ satchel in black. It’ll feel familiar because Kate owns it in two other colours.
The Duchess first carried the bag in ivory to christen the Royal Princess ship in 2013. She later carried a straw version of the bag to Wimbledon in 2019.
Kate brought back her black suede heeled knee-high boots for the engagement. They’re thought to be from Ralph Lauren. Sadly, I don’t have any further information about the boots. It’s thought they’re from an older collection.
Of course, Kate’s earrings are the Empress style by Mappin & Webb.
At the time of writing, Mappin and Webb sell various pairs of Empress earrings. They vary in price (from £1,500 – £3,750) depending on diamond weight and style. It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly which pair Kate’s wearing.
Unfortunately, we have no information about Kate’s gloves.