In March 2013, Kate accompanied husband William on a visit to the Child Bereavement UK headquarters in Buckinghamshire. William is patron of the charity.
The royal pair chatted with crowds outside of the centre, before heading inside to meet those who the charity helps, and celebrity supporters of the charity, including TV’s Mary Berry. Mrs Berry lost her own son in 1989, he was just a teenager at the time.
During the meeting, Kate revealed that she’s a fan of Mrs Berry’s cookbooks, with William adding that he’s fond of the brownie recipes!
During the visit, Kate wore a cream A-line coat by designer label “Goat.” The style name is “Redgrave”, it’s a collarless design and made from crepe wool. From the Goat website:
The timeless Redgrave Pocket Coat is the coat of choice for royals Kate Middleton and Zara Phillips. This classically sophisticated coat is A lined shaped and has patch pocket detail. 100% wool. Fully lined. Dry clean only. Made in Britain.
Shop Goat Redgrave Coat:
Underneath, Kate wore her Topshop Contrast Collar Dress:
This dress is a black, short-sleeved shift dress with a contrast white collar. Length 85cm. 94% Polyester,6% Elastane. Machine washable.
Finally, accessorised her monochrome look with a pair of black Cornelia James gloves and her black Angel Episode pumps. Finally, she finished the look with her Annoushka pearl drop earrings.