Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, sported a leopard-print skirt during a visit to the Ely and Careau Children’s Centre in Cardiff, Wales.
The former Kate Middleton paired the pleated midi skirt with high-heeled black boots and a classic black turtleneck.
She finished off the look with a medallion-style necklace and her signature, shiny waves.
The Duchess of Cambridge doesn’t often rock an animal print, although she did appear a handful of times in this chic, dalmatian-print coat from British retailer Hobbs. She wore the coat in 2013 and again in 2015.
But this is the first time in a while that she’s worn an animal print during an official royal outing, and she looked amazing.
She styled the skirt with the perfect complementary neutral — a long camel coat that reminded many royal style fans of the coat recently worn by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
The former Meghan Markle sported the tan coat during one of her last appearances in the United Kingdom before returning to Canada earlier this month.
It seems like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are continuing as usual with their engagements while Prince Harry and Meghan step back as working members of the royal family.
On Tuesday, the former Kate Middleton kicked off the "5 Big Questions on the Under 5s" initiative, a survey that gives people across the U.K. the chance to share their views on early childhood and the best way to raise the next generation.
During that event in Birmingham, England, the duchess wore a chevron-printed blouse with high-waisted black trousers.
And the night before that, she looked dazzling in a sparkling red gown during a reception at Buckingham Palace.
The duchess has clearly been busy lately — and as stylish as ever!