Kate Middleton stunned in her recent engagement.

On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in London to visit the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity at the Natural History Museum as the patron of the museum. Middleton arrived in a pair of khaki culottes from Jigsaw and a fitted high neck jumper, Express first reported.

The duchess looked so elegant as she paired her get-up with towering heeled loafers from Tod’s. She added a touch of luxury to her look by holding a small Chanel burgundy leather bag that costs $3,600. 

Middleton’s outfit was somehow connected to Markle. Jigsaw was one of the brands included in the Duchess of Sussex’s charity capsule collection for the charity Smart Works. The other brands included were John Lewis & Partners, Marks & Spencer and her designer friend Misha Nonoo.

Middleton is not new to Jigsaw because she also worked for the company when she was still dating Prince William. The owners of the British retailer are close friends with the Middletons. Belle Robinsons even praised Middleton for the way she kept her cool while the press hounded her after learning that she was dating the future king.

“I thought she was very mature for a 26-year-old, and I think she’s been quite good at neither courting the press nor sticking two fingers in the air at them. I don’t think I would have been so polite,” Belle said of Middleton.

Unlike Markle, Queen Elizabeth II was reportedly concerned for Middleton’s lack of full-time job and identity. According to Vicky Ward, the monarch wanted Middleton to get a full-time job. However, this demand only put Middleton in a very difficult situation.

The Duchess of Cambridge was doing her part to build a career. Adam Helliker shared that Middleton took a technology course to learn digital catalogs because it was the only job she felt safe doing and she didn’t want to inform the media about it. Middleton received job offers from Russian oligarchs and fashion designers but declined for a reason.

“If she goes out and works, she’ll be accused of abusing her connections—or of being used.… What can she do? She’s in a very difficult position,” Ward said.

Kate Middleton Kate Middleton visits The Foundling Museum on March 19, 2019 in London. Photo: Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland