The Princess of Wales visited the Oxford House Nursing Home in Slough on Tuesday, just two days after her jaw-dropping performance at the BAFTAs.
The royal spoke with employees and residents to learn more about the importance of providing high-quality, patient-centered care at the facility.
The 41-year-old wore a pair of figure-flattering flares and a fitted roll-neck top in a regal navy color, looking as gorgeous as ever. Catherine completed her winter look with a longline camel coat from Max&Co by expertly layering, but did you notice her accessories?
The wife of Prince William coordinated like a pro while carrying her Instagram It-girl handbag, the Polène Numéro Sept Mini style in cobalt blue. She also added a pair of extremely striking button earrings with gold striped accents.
The mother-of-three maintained her flawless glowy makeup look while sporting her famous brunette mane in a relaxed, curled style.
In 1980, Oxford House, a family-run nursing facility, welcomed its first patients. The facility prides itself on offering exceptional levels of care delivered in a warm and comfortable environment. It can provide nursing care for up to 34 residents, assisting them in leading as full a life as possible.
Oxford House also runs Oxford House Community Care, a domiciliary care agency that offers assistance to people in the neighborhood so they can live safely and independently in their own homes.
Princess Catherine chose a stunning one-shoulder Alexander McQueen dress with layers of white fabric that flowed gracefully as she walked down the red carpet with her husband. Her silhouette was enhanced by the waistband, which was cinched in at the waist and featured a cascade of drapery over her left shoulder.
The royal chose a dress that she previously wore to the prestigious awards ceremony in 2019 to highlight her admirable eco credentials. The shoulder, which previously had floral detailing, underwent some minor revisions.