Kate Middleton just stepped out wearing the chicest office outfit

Nathalie Owen

From Cosmopolitan

Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's recent departure from the royal family, it's back to business as usual for the royals.

After a dazzling display at Buckingham Palace for the UK-Africa summit, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (AKA Kate Middleton) jetted off on a mini tour of the country to launch her new study on early childhood, 5 Big Questions.

The first stop on the three city tour is Birmingham, where Kate spent time with children at MiniBrum, a child-sized mini-city, looking too chic for words in a work outfit that we just want to wear to the office all week long.

The royal stepped out in a green chevron print blouse by Tabitha Webb and her favourite pair of Jigsaw black flared trousers, in a '70s inspired look that we're totally obsessed with.

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While the Jigsaw trousers are now sold out, the Pansy pussy bow blouse, which retails for £295, is still available to pre-order online. But get in quick as items worn by the royal tend to sell out in under 24 hours.

Kate kept things simple on the accessories-front, opting for a smart black belt, gold cuff and a pair of green Monica Vinader Siren earrings - one of the Duchess' favourite set of earrings.

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Kate finished the retro aesthetic with a wavy blowout for the engagement, with a smokey kohl eye and signature nude lip, for a glam look that is easy to recreate for the office.

With more city visits ahead, we're bound to see Kate work her magic in more stylish looks to come.

Shop Kate's workwear look and similar styles below:

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Green Printed Pussybow Blouse
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Cropped Crepe Flared Pants
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Trousers with Front Split Detail
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Flat Front Ponte Trouser
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