Kate Middleton has landed in Grimsby for her first visit to a Prince's Trust project…
Earlier this week, the Duchess of Cambridge was spotted spending quality time with family and friends in Switzerland on a skiing trip, but now she's back to her royal duties in Britain.
Kate landed in Grimsby by private helicopter earlier today and was greeted by chants of "we want Kate" as she arrived at the National Fishing Heritage Centre.
She had opted to wear the chic belted Celeste wrap-around coat by Hobbs, which she first debuted on a trip to Liverpool last year. Peeping out was a printed dress by fellow high street store - Great Plains. Pearl drop earrings, her signature bouncy blow-dry and suede black accessories completed her stunning look.
Later in her visit Kate will make a trip to the Peaks Lane Fire Station run by Humberside Fire and Rescue Service to see the work of young people helped by her father-in-law's flagship charity, The Prince's Trust. She'll also officially open Havelock Academy secondary school.
Another busy day for the Duchess!
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