Kate Middleton looks royal in blue at children's art charity event on Valentine's Day
The Duchess of Cambridge stunned n her cerulean suit while paying a visit to one of her children's art charities in Ealing, west London, minus her Prince.
It may be Valentine's Day, but even the world's most famous couple aren't exempt from fulfilling their duties.
Kate was the guest of honour at Northolt High School where she oficially opened the ICAP Art Room as part of her role as the royal patron of the youth art based charity.
And it's fitting that she stepped out on the most romantic day of the year as she and Prince William have just been voted the most loved-up couple in the world, beating out Beyonce and Jay-Z and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
The survey was conducted by netvouchercodes.co.uk, who said they weren't surprised that the new parents topped the poll.
"It's great to see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge named the nation's most romantic couples," a spokesperson for the website said.
"Right from their time at university, to the Royal Wedding through the birth of Prince George we've witnessed their blossoming romance go from strength to strength."
Her fitted suit marks a stark contrast to her Jenny Packham gown she wore earlier this week, accessorised with the Queen's diamond necklace.
Kate is reportedly in the midst of undergoing a royal makeover with lower hemlines, tiaras and a minimum requirement of jewels.