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Kate Middleton Visits Natural History Museum in Casual Jeans and £1,795 Chloe blazer

The Duchess of Cambridge cut a relaxed figure as she arrived for a visit to the Natural History Museum in London today.

Casual Kate, 39, who studied art history at university and has been patron of the attraction since 2013, dressed down in pair of blue cropped jeans, a Ralph Lauren white vest top and £1,795 salmon-coloured blazer by CHLOÉ, which features gathered waist, notched lapels and oversized cargo pockets.

Typically stylish, the mother-of-three completed her paired-back look with her favourite £90 Veja trainers and accessorised with a gold necklace by Daniella Draper and dainty gold hoop earrings.

The natural beauty, who wore her soft brunette locks in a bouncy blow dry, opted for just a light dusting of pink blusher and pink lip tint, while Princess Diana's famous sapphire and diamond engagement ring gleamed on Kate's finger.

The Duchess of Cambridge took a tour of the Natural History Museum's wildlife gardens, where she met local school children and learnt more about how communities across the UK will benefit from the Urban Nature Project (UNP), which the Museum is launching later this year.

Kate was met by Museum Director, Dr Doug Gurr, who explained how the project is helping people to reconnect with the natural world and find the solutions urgently needed to protect the planet's future.

The Duchess of Cambridge rolled up her sleeves as she was welcomed by museum director Dr Doug Gurr on her arrival at the central London museum

Working with partner museums and wildlife organisations across the UK, the project will engage the nation with the importance of nature in towns and cities, and produce practical tools for supporting the wildlife that lives around us.

The Duchess heard more about the plans for the project and the work that is being carried out to transform the Natural History Museum gardens into a cutting-edge research centre, which will include outdoor classrooms and a living lab, to deliver science and learning programmes for young people, schools and families across the country.

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