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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their busy tour of Ireland on Wednesday afternoon.
The royal’s kicked off their second day visiting numerous charities including the National Centre for Youth Mental Health in Dublin, as well as the social justice charity Extern in Country Meath.
Having recycled a smart cream Reiss coat for the morning visits, the duchess changed into a different ensemble for the afternoon as the couple embarked upon an outdoor engagement.
The couple visited Teagasc Research Farm to find out more about the pioneering research they do to promote sustainable farming across Ireland.
The 38-year-old gave a sartorial nod to Ireland by wearing a belted olive utility jacket by local Irish brand Dubarry of Ireland.
The waterproof jacket is available to buy for £299.
The duchess also debuted a new shirt by British brand Barbour in collaboration with designer Alexa Chung.
The soft herringbone shirt featured a statement pussybow, as well as ruched detailing to the collar and cuffs.
The trendy Bella Shirt is still available to purchase for £99.
Buy it: Barbour by Alexa Chung Bella Shirt | £99 from House of Fraser
The mum-of-three paired the look with her go-to tassel boots by luxury British label Penelope Chilvers.
The duchess has owned the boots for over a decade and has been seen in them numerous times since becoming a member of the Royal Family.
The outfit was finished off with another subtle tribute to Ireland in the form of dainty shamrock earrings by Daniella Draper.