Duchess Catherine has made a raven red debut into the world of virtual tours as new footage emerges of the royal for a very special cause.
In the new video, the Duchess is seen from her country home Anmer Hall where she has been self-isolating with her family since the beginning of the COVID-19 lock down in the UK.
And while any royal video is a treat in itself to see, this particular one has fans talking for all the right reasons.
Kensington Palace shared the new video to Instagram on Tuesday morning, with the Duchess immediately stopping fans in their tracks after seeing Kate's bright red outfit.
In the special video, the Royal is seen partaking in a virtual tour of an addiction treatment centre, The Clouds House.
In it, she meets a number of the current workers there, as well as some of the current clients to see how they're doing.
The Palace explained the Royal's special "visit".
"Starting in the atrium of Cloud's House, The Duchess toured the addiction treatment centre and dropped in on a group chat with current clients to see how they have been doing throughout the lockdown period," the caption stated.
In the video, the Duchess meets a number of staff members, including the cook.
"That's a very important job," she quips to laughter from the staff.
Of course, you can't look past a video of the Duchess and not comment on her outfit, which is always on point.
In the new video, she opted to go bright with a red-orange toned shirt - the perfect trans seasonal piece that'll lighten up any post-winter wardrobe.
The Duchess has been keep very busy of late, partaking in a number of charitable calls and videos from her country home where she is isolating.
Last week, she joined forces with Sophie of Wessex and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, where they worked with the NHS to put in phone calls to the vulnerable and those feeling lonely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
She and Prince William also appeared in another sweet Zoom chat montage posted by the Palace where they were seen speaking to a number of members of the community in lock down.
"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge marked Volunteers' Week by speaking to volunteers across the UK to thank them for the amazing support that they provide to their communities," the Palace said of the video.