Duchess Catherine is one busy woman.
She made heads turn in a stunning ice-blue fishtail gown for the Queen's State Banquet last week, then she dialled things back a notch donning a casual ensemble for a sporting event on Tuesday.
And now, without a hair out of place, the Duchess has stepped out once again in a stunning blue Jenny Packham dress for an engagement at London's Imperial War Museum - you'd never guess this wonder woman is also raising three children!
Kate's elegant blue dress was an old favourite of the 36-year-old - she wore the same style during her 2016 royal tour of Canada.
But it was all in the accessories for the Duchess on Wednesday - she paired the dress with some eye-catching sapphire earrings and a very special brooch from The Poppy Collection, fittingly titled 'Women of the First World War Brooch', which costs AUD $54.00.
The Duchess was given the full 'Who Do You Think You Are?' treatment for the fascinating event. She was shown parts of her relatives' experience in the war, as well as meeting a relative of a solider from the First World War.
Kate has attended a number of official engagements after her return to work from maternity leave in October.
Her first event was fitting for the mum-of-three - she attended an outdoor forest school for children where she shared plenty of laughs with the adorable children.
During the event, she also revealed a sweet activity that she enjoys partaking in with her two eldest children, George and Charlotte - spider hunting.
The Duchess told the students and teachers that they could hunt for the eight-legged creatures "for hours" according to Hello!.
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Kate has been known to share some sweet anecdotes about her children during her royal engagements. During a visit to the Basildon Sporting Village Duchess Catherine made a comment to a royal fan which made hearts melt.
After sharing a warm embrace with one of the guests at the event, the royal mum told her: "Hugs are very important. That's what I tell my children."
The Duchess is very vocal about how much quality family time means to her. In an open letter the Duchess shared as part of Children's Hospice Week in the UK recently, Kate opened up about the special moments she shares with her three children.
"Spending quality time together is such an important aspect of family life and for me, as a mother, it is the simple family moments like playing outside together that I cherish," she wrote.