Kate Middleton goes casual!
The Duchess of Cambridge, who normally sports chic dresses and trendy coats, opted for a more laid-back ensemble while greeting the #TeamHeadsTogether runners at Kensington Palace on Wednesday, ahead of the 2017 Virginia Money London Marathon.
Middleton wore a white Luisa Spagoli Muvi sweater with red and black horizontal stripes ($280), which she paired with skinny jeans and white Superga tennis shoes ($65).
Though her outfit was more on the comfy side, her beauty look made up for it! She kept her brunette tresses down with a slight curl at the ends, and rocked a light pink pout and a touch of rosy blush.
Middleton was all smiles while chatting with some of the runners, who are in their final preparations for the big race on Sunday.
According to a post on Kensington Palace's official Instagram page, around 70 Royal Mail post-boxes "will be wrapped with @heads_together headbands on the @LondonMarathon route."
The Duchess reveals one of around 70 Royal Mail post-boxes that will be wrapped with @heads_together headbands on the @LondonMarathon route. The Duchess was hosting #TeamHeadsTogether runners at Kensington Palace, to wish them luck with preparing for the London Marathon, and to thank them for working to make this the Mental Health Marathon.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry opened the London Marathon Exposition with help from a 5-year-old girl, Melissa, who did the honors of cutting the red-and-white ribbon.
Thank you Melissa, aged five, for helping Prince Harry open the @londonmarathon Expo! This year, every runner will receive a blue @heads_together headband, along with a note from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, wishing them luck and encouraging them, no matter which important cause they are running for, to join #TeamHeadsTogether to make this the Mental Health Marathon.
He also left a special message to the #TeamHeadsTogether runners on a whiteboard, which read, "Good luck guys! Smash it!"
Over the weekend, Middleton went all out for her Easter Sunday look, chic in a high-collared ivory Catherine Walker dresscoat with a matching pillbox hat and heels.
Hear more on the ultra-classy ensemble (and see the pics!) in the video below.