Kate Middleton steps out in a classic camel coat and on-trend knitted co-ord

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Photo credit: JAMES GLOSSOP - Getty Images
Photo credit: JAMES GLOSSOP - Getty Images

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were out and about for a second day running as they paid a visit to the Clitheroe Community Hospital in the north east of England on Thursday (20 January).

The royal couple met with NHS staff and patients at the hospital to hear about their experiences during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Photo credit: JAMES GLOSSOP - Getty Images
Photo credit: JAMES GLOSSOP - Getty Images

Will and Kate also had an adorable encounter with a ridiculously cute therapy puppy, who went in for a kiss with the duchess as she cuddled him in her arms.

Photo credit: JAMES GLOSSOP - Getty Images
Photo credit: JAMES GLOSSOP - Getty Images

The Cambridges officially unveiled the pup's name as Alfie during the visit. He has been funded through the charity NHS Charities Together with the aim of supporting the wellbeing of both staff and patients at the hospital.

Photo credit: JAMES GLOSSOP - Getty Images
Photo credit: JAMES GLOSSOP - Getty Images

Will and Kate – who made their first joint appearance of the year on Wednesday (19 January) with a visit to the Foundling Museum in London – both looked smart as they wrapped up warm for their latest engagement.

The duchess re-wore a timeless tailored camel coat from Massimo Dutti over an on-trend knitted co-ord and matching knee-high brown suede boots. Her light brown knitted roll neck and matching midi skirt are reported to hail from label Iris & Ink and are both still available to buy if you fancy channelling her look.

Prince William also opted for a tailored jacket, wearing a dark blue coat over a bright red knit and light blue shirt.

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