The Duchess of Cambridge wowed in an eye-catching red Zara blazer as she landed in Denmark today.
High street fashion fan Kate, 40, had previously worn the £59.99 jacket to watch the England v Germany game at Wembley during the Euros last summer.
She teamed the blazer with a ruffled white shirt - with the red and white colours a nod to the Danish flag. Kate finished the look black wide-legged trousers and small black Aspinal of London handbag.
She wore her hair down and accessorised the look with a pearl necklace and earrings.
The Duchess landed in Copenhagan to promote her work with The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
Her visit is part of a fact-finding mission to learn how the country has become a world leader in its approach to early childhood development.
On her first engagement, she visited the University of Copenhagen to learn from world-leading researchers running the Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project, which aims to promote mental wellbeing and relationships between infants and their parents.
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