The Cambridges began their final day in New York with a sombre visit to the National September 11 Memorial Museum.
The couple had a moment of reflection as the Duchess laid a wreath of roses - the state flower of New York. Prince William held an umbrella over Kate as it was raining quite heavily this morning.
A closer look at the roses laid.
|The cards reads:'In sorrowful memory of those who died on 11th September and in admiration of the courage shown to rebuild.|
It particularly important for the Cambridges to pay their respects at the memorial and draw the media's eye towards this special place of remembrance.
The Duchess wore a dark maternity dress under her coat.
Following two days of dark colors, Kate selected the vibrant cerise double-breasted coat from Mulberry. It is currently reduced from $2,600 to $1,300 on the Mulberry website.
It is described this way:
'A double-breasted coat is a timeless winter style with a reassuringly classic silhouette. Updated in vibrant cerise, this version has beautiful finishing details including elegant horn buttons and contrasting midnight blue lining.'
A closer look.
Kate wore a Seraphine maternity dress underneath.
The Duchess wore black suede pumps.
Below we see Kate's Cornelia James gloves and Mulberry black clutch.
The Duchess wore her hair up in a ponytail and Kiki McDonough cushion cut green amethyst earrings.