The Princess of Wales visited the 1st Battalion Irish Guards in Salisbury on Wednesday for a solo engagement despite the rain and snow.
Princess Catherine, looking as flawless as ever, bundled up warm in a camouflage military jacket emblazoned with a crown emblem. She paired her stylish outerwear with khaki skinny jeans and a woolly green hat. The 41-year-old put on a pair of useful walking boots and added a pair of black leather gloves to complete her rainy day look.
The wife of Prince William polished off her flawless complexion by wearing soft pink lipstick, a rosy blush, and a neat plait modeled after Rapunzel on her chocolate brown hair.
The Princess of Wales is participating in a significant first on Wednesday as she attends her first engagement with the 1st Battalion Irish Guards since being promoted to Colonel.
The royal will learn about the work the Irish Guards are doing at the Salisbury Plain Training Area during her visit. The Princess will then observe a medical training and casualty exercise with members of Number Three Company, as well as the de-mining instruction that the Irish Guards are currently providing to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Sporty Catherine rarely passes up the chance to demonstrate her athletic prowess. The royal participated in the training herself during the engagement, learning how to conduct battlefield casualty drills and provide medical attention to hurt soldiers during a casualty simulation exercise.
Although Catherine’s G.I. Jane outfit deviates from her typically glamorous look, the royal never fails to cheer up the room with her unmatched collection of daring coats and gorgeous fitted jackets. Just last week, Princess Catherine looked stunning in a tailored Alexander McQueen outfit that highlighted her sense of style.
The mother-of-outfit, three’s which included a longline scarlet coat and statement heeled boots, caught everyone’s attention on St. David’s.
The royal appeared to be wearing a silky red dress underneath her designer outerwear, and she added even more decadence to her ensemble by donning a striking black fascinator and the Welsh Guards leek brooch, a delicate pin with diamond embellishments, on her left lapel.