The Duchess of Cambridge wows us over and and over with her style on the red carpet. From stunning Jenny Packham maternity gowns to her incredible collection of coat dresses, she never puts a foot wrong when it comes to dressing up.
But she's not just good at the formal stuff, she knows how to take it down a notch too.
From wearing simple skinny jeans and a waffle jumper to pairing a classic Breton top and boat shoes, she's got the art of casual dressing nailed.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took part in the repair of a dry stone wall at Deepdale Hall Farm, a traditional fell sheep farm, in Patterdale during a visit to Cumbria.
Kate was visiting her 'Back to Nature Garden' at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
At Gilwell Park for a visit to the Scouts' headquarters to learn about how the organisation is trying to bring Scouting to younger children, as well as celebrate Gilwell Park's 100th anniversary year.
Arriving at the launch of The King's Cup Regatta at The Cutty Sark, Greenwich with Prince William
Kate Middleton visits King Henry's Walk Garden.
At a party for families of military personnel deployed in Cyprus at Kensington Palace
The Duchess Of Cambridge visiting Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden, October 2019
At the at Holmenkollen ski jump on day 4 of their 2018 visit to Sweden and Norway, in Oslo, Norway.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits the Robin Hood Primary School to celebrate ten years of The Royal Horticultural Society campaign for school gardening
Wearing a black and white tracksuit, and pale blue Nike Air trainers while visiting the Lawn Tennis Association at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, south-west London.
Wearing a checked shirt underneath a beige raincoat and black leather boots, K-Mid looked every inch the country girl at the Farms for City Children charity in Gloucester
Wearing a zip-up black jacket with black cropped jeans and white trainers cheering on runners at the London Marathon.
Sporting a multi-colured breton stripe top, jeans and white trainers speaking with runners from Team Heads Together ahead of the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a bold puffa jacket as she raced against Prince William and Prince Harry for Team Heads Together London Marathon Training Day at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The Duchess of Cambridge found the perfect fold-over collar in her Iris and Ink sweater, which showed just enough skin without overwhelming the look. She paired the grey knit design with affordable Zara skinny jeans in a deep brownish-green colour, and knee-high tasseled boots from Really Wild. Accessorising with a yellow and green kerchief given to her by the group of Cub Scouts and Brownies at their 100-year anniversary celebrations in West Norfolk.
The Duchess of Cambridge chooses an elegant wax parka jacket from British womenswear brand, Troy London ( £350) and on her last day of the royal tour in Canada.
Ever wondered how to pull of fishing attire? Kate shows us how during the royal tour of Canada as she gets ready to board the Highland Ranger for a fishing trip with the Skidegate Youth Centre.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits Land Rover BAR during the America's Cup World Series, it's not any woman who can pull off sportswear quite so elegantly.
The most recent of Kate's looks was one of our favourites. She wore a ME+EM Breton top (), with Moto maternity jeans, and a pair of Sebago boat shoes ().
Any self-respecting royal knows they need a decent waxed jacket, and Kate's is particularly good. You can get something incredible similar from . She does love a good coat that one.
One of our first and favourite memories of Kate, before the wedding of the century, was this classic Sloany look.
This waffle-knit jumper is easily one of our favourite looks from Kate and not just because she looks so chic in it. It's also because it's so easy to wear. The one she's wearing is by Jonathan Saunders but you can get some very similar-looking ones .
Super fit Kate was on the netball, swimming and hockey teams at school. Here, she nails the sports-casual look. We need those red trainers in our lives.
No one really looks good in a hoodie. That is unless you're the Duchess of Cambridge.
In 2013, just five weeks after George was born, the Royal couple had their first public engagement since the prince's birth. Attending the Ring O'Fire event in Anglesey, Wales, Kate wore a light green Ralph Lauren jacket over a pretty white patterned top, with skinny blue jeans and her beloved wedges.
At the Commonwealth Games last year, Kate donned a simple sleeveless blouse while watching the swimming at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre.
While the Royal couple were on tour in Australia and New Zealand, they had the chance to compete against each other in a sailing competition. Her crew beat Prince William and his crew while they sailed New Zealand's yachts at the Viaduct Basin. Kate wore a white ME+EM breton top which quickly sold out.
This jacket is a favourite of Kate's and is something she brings out time and time again from her wardrobe. But it's not from a high end designer, oh no, it's actually from Zara. While it's not exactly the same, .
On a visit to the Portsmouth Historical Dockyard to attend America's Cup World Series (a racing circuit featuring the best sailors in the world), Kate and Wills wore matching jackets. Do George and Charlotte have similar tops too?
Proving once again that she's just as stylish in jeans and a jumper as she is in Alexander McQueen.