The pop of color was perfect for spending some quality time with children. 

By Brittany Vincent
Updated Jan 29, 2020 @ 8:00 am
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The Duchess of Cambridge switched things up with a pop of color for her Wednesday (January 29) outing.

Kate Middleton headed out to Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School (part of London's Early Years Foundation) for some quality time with children and staff to launch questions commemorating her Five Big Questions survey.

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On her way there, Kate came wrapped in a cheery teal coat that gave her typically darker winter wardrobe an injection of cool. She paired the lengthy, deep blue outerwear with a Sézane cream Tulio jumper as well as black skinny jeans and a pair of boots by Russell & Bromley.

She let her chestnut tendrils fall loosely around her face as she was all smiles headed into the school.

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While. At the school, she discussed her survey's reach, which is all about giving people an opportunity to share their thoughts on how to offer children the best head start in life possible to galvanize an entire generation.

The Duchess initially brought this endeavor to fruition when she launched a trip exploring several additional educational institutions in the UK. She headed to the women's prison, HMP Send, as well as staff at the Ely and Care Children's Centre in Cardiff.

Before that, she made time to visit the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum, where she spoke to staff about how her survey "aims to allow people to join “in the biggest ever conversation on early childhood and help bring about positive, lasting change for generations to come."

It looks like the Duchess is trying a few new things with her wardrobe on this particular outing, so it'll be intriguing to see what kind of color she opts to show out in next.