The Duchess of Cambridge rocks £15 floral face mask for visit to laboratory
The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her perfected mask-ready make-up today, as she visited a London research centre as part of Baby Loss Awareness Week.
Wearing a £15 floral face mask from Amaia Kids (shop it here), the mother-of-three was visiting the Institute of Reproductive & Development Biology at Imperial College, London to hear about the work that the charity Tommy’s are doing to reduce rates of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth.
This marks the second time Kate’s sported a reusable mask from the British brand; she first wore one of the brand’s pink offerings back in August for a visit to Baby Basics UK in Sheffield.
The news comes as a study of Google searches related to royal style in 2020 found that the Duchess of Cambridge’s was the most sought after, having amassed 77,000 searches alone this year.
For her appearance today, Kate co-ordinated her blue floral mask to her blue cashmere jumper, opting to keep her newly-lightened hair in its signature bouncy blow-dry.
She accessorised her outfit with the Alia Hoops from Spells of Love (£62, pre-order here.)