Celebrity Kate Middleton Kate Middleton Stayed Warm in a Monochromatic Fuchsia Moment On Wednesdays, the duchess wears pink. By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on November 24, 2021 @ 09:34AM Pin Share Tweet Email Queen of coats, Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton is staying warm with a rosy coat and sweater combo. The Duchess of Cambridge visited a secondary school in London on Wednesday in a chic but practical look. Middleton arrived at the Nower Hill High School in Harrow, London this morning for a lesson on neuroscience and early childhood development. For the occasion, the duchess opted for a cozy-looking fuchsia turtleneck that she paired with a matching coat, both by Hobbs. The monochromatic set was then contrasted against black trousers and a pair of matching pointy-toe suede pumps. Kate Middleton's Power Shoulders Stole the Spotlight at Her Latest Appearance Getty Images Kate kept the accessories to a minimum, only adding dainty silver hoops along with her engagement ring. Her chestnut tresses were styled in her signature loose curls. Kate joined eight students in a science lesson, where they studied neuroscience and early childhood brain development. The royal said she found the kids's engagement and enthusiasm about the lesson inspiring. Later today, the duchess will meet with Chief Executives of Academy Trusts at Buckingham Palace to discuss the results of Oxford University's research project. Kate and her husband Prince William have an upcoming Christmas special that was set to air on BBC until the network's two-part series The Princes and the Press premiered. Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, and Clarence House issued a statement against the broadcaster saying they were "disappointed" by the series. The special will now air on ITV. "A free, responsible and open press is of vital importance to a healthy democracy," the statement read. "However, too often it is overblown and unfounded claims from unnamed sources that are presented as facts and it is disappointing when anyone, including the BBC, gives them credibility."