By Lara Walsh
Feb 28, 2017 @ 9:00 am

Hours after entrancing London with a sparkling ensemble worn to princess-like perfection at a lavish Buckingham Palace event on Monday, Kate Middleton was back to work Tuesday morning in royal blue tweed.

The Duchess of Cambridge has turned a favoring eye towards royal engagement-ready skirt suits as of late, and her figure-hugging Rebecca Taylor two-piece coordinates were a flattering addition to the lineup.

Weaving her famed chestnut locks back in an elegant half-up chignon like the night before, Kate put her best style foot forward as she met with patients and their families at a children's hospital in a bright blue two-piece suit that's sure to induce major office wardrobe envy.

Kate donned a figure-hugging Rebecca Taylor skirt suit to visit with children at the Ronald McDonald House Evelina London. 

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Distressed fringe detailing added a modern element to the fitted skirt and blazer, while flared peplum detailing flattered the mom of two's waist.

The duchess put the focus on her famed sapphire and diamond engagement ring by accessorizing with similar drop earrings and navy blue suede pumps as she visited with kids and was gifted flowers upon her arrival from an 8-year-old girl whose brother is staying at the hospital.

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The royal also helped children decorate pancakes and create crafts.

We're sure that fans of the stylish royal will be taking inspiration from her perfectly professional look for the office this week.