The Duchess of Cambridge celebrated International Day of the Midwife in style.

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Kate Middleton, Duchess of bargain shopping (and Cambridge), recently honored International Day of the Midwife by doing an interview with midwife and Midwife-led Community Transformation (MILCOT) founder Harriet Nayiga for the Nursing Times.

The Duchess of Cambridge showcased her typical polished style during the virtual interview, wearing a cobalt blue double-breasted Zara blazer ($90; </a><a rel=″noopener″ href=″https://www.zara.com/us/en/tailored-double-breasted-blazer-p08858293.html″ target=″_blank″ class=″onecms-affiliate-link″>zara.com) paired with a black top and matching trousers. Middleton wore her hair in a half-up twist, the remaining locks falling down her back in loose curls. 

Kate Middleton Nursing Times
Credit: Kensington Palace

The interview, which is included in a special issue of the Nursing Times that bears cover art chosen by Middleton herself, marks the end of a three-year global campaign called Nursing Now, the intention of which was to provide a larger platform for and awareness to nursing.

This is hardly the first time the duchess has opted for Zara over designer wares. Middleton is particularly fond of the brand's blazers — she's kept a structured red piece for nearly a decade, wearing it first in 2012 and again last fall.