The dresses, the shoes, that hair — could she be any more stunning?
In a green lace Temperly gown and gold heeled sandals at the National Portrait Gallery gala in London.
In a forest green Catherine Walker coat dress, matching hat, Irish Guard brooch, Monica Vinader emerald earrings and suede Gianvito Rossi pumps at the St. Patrick's Day parade in London.
In a white lace dress with a thigh-high slit by Self Portrait, suede oxblood pumps and a matching clutch at the premiere of A Street Cat Named Bob in London.
The Duchess wears a powder blue peplum jacket and skirt by Catherine Walker, nude suede pumps and a nude box clutch while visiting the Mauritshuis art gallery in the Netherlands. This marks her first time traveling solo, without the company of the royal family or her husband Prince William.
Before Prince William and Kate Middleton began their trip to India and Bhutan, they attended a pre-tour dinner, where the Duchess sported a bright cobalt gown with a plunging neckline by Indian designer Saloni.
Middleton looked chic in a monochromatic grey look, featuring an Erdem coat with eye-catching lace details, a wide-brimmed hat and velvet pumps as the royals attended the Commonwealth Day service in the year of the Queen's 90th birthday.
Middleton made a seamless transition into spring, sporting checkered separates in a bright sherbet hue by little-known British brand Epinone, causing after stepping out in the ensemble. The "Kate effect" strikes again.
Kate Middleton looked chic in a bright green coat and black pumps, while visiting St Thomas' Hospital in London with Prince William to raise awareness of suicide prevention efforts.
As Middleton stepped out to visit various community projects in Edinburgh, she paired her black turtleneck with a deep green coat, cinched at the waist with a skinny belt.
Nodding to Scottish fashion, the Duchess wore a kilt by new brand , as she made her first stop at St. Catherine's Primary School.
The Duchess looked regal in rouge wearing an L.K.Bennett coat in Anglesey, Wales as she attended a ceremony marking the end of RAF Search and Rescue at the Royal Air Force Valley.
The Duchess knows the power of a black and white ensemble, pairing her high collar blouse with a tweed skirt for a polished look as Guest Editor of The Huffington Post.
Middleton stepped out in rich blue separates as she attended the Royal video message for Children's Mental Health Week in London.
Joining Britain's Air Cadets to help them celebrate their 75th anniversary, the Duchess stepped out in a pale blue Alexander McQueen coat dress.
The Duchess of Cambridge recycled a chic tweed suit by Michael Kors that she recently wore before the New Year — proving that even royalty wears the same thing twice.
The Duchess attended a post-Christmas service at St. Mary Magdalene Church in a sophisticated, tweed suit by Michael Kors, adding a royal blue hat and gloves to complete the look.
In a green belted SportMax coat, she attended the Christmas Day service at Sandringham estate.
The Duchess looked festive in red as she attended The Anna Freud Centre Family School Christmas Party in North London.
She wore a bright blue pleated Emilia Wickstead dress at the Action to Addiction event.
The royal wore a black and white houndstooth Reiss coat, complete with black accessories.
The Duchess arrived at an ICAP charity event in Central London, donning a deep teal suit and pointy black pumps.
For a trip to North Wales with Prince William, the royal opted for a gray Reiss coat, jeans, and knee-high suede boots.
The Duchess stepped out for Place2Be's My Mind is Too Full conference in a pastel dress by Matthew Williamson, adorned with turquoise trim and teal accessories.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the Fostering Excellence Awards at BMA House in London in a royal blue Saloni dress.
Middleton signed the Book of Condolences at the French Embassy with Prince William to honor those lost in the terror attacks in Paris.
At the Festival of Remembrance at Royal Albert Hall, the Duchess donned a black lace Dolce & Gabbana dress and Jimmy Choo pumps.
The Duchess wore Erdem for the 100 Women in Hedge Funds gala dinner at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
She visited Chance UK's Early Intervention Program at Islington Town Hall in London.
Kate wore Jenny Packham at the premiere of Spectre at Royal Albert Hall in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended a movie premiere in a Tabitha Webb dress.