Kate Middleton arrived at the national Museum of Natural history

  • Kate Middleton arrived at the national Museum of Natural history

Kate Middleton arrived at the national Museum of Natural history

But it looks like Kate has no intention of turning her back on the more modern trends she embraced during the warmer weather.

Kate Middleton showed off a sunkissed 'do as she visited The Angela Marmont Centre For UK Biodiversity at the Natural History Museum in London on Wednesday.

The duchess was a guest at today's event as part of her role as the museum's patron, and learned about how the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity is championing and helping to protect UK wildlife.

Both designer accessories came in a matching shade of Burgundy and perfectly complemented the autumnal colors of her outfit.

The Duchess wore her brunette locks down and curled and was all smiles at the appearance.

He urged Day-to-day Mail's Femail: "Kate has opted for golden tones right for the autumn season".

"By alongside with delicate objects of coloration [also known as balayage] it could possibly actually possibly additionally also abet the hair study thicker because it creates more dimension all the map by map of the hairstyle making it acting more 3D".

'These soft lighter pieces help frame her face, keeps the warmth in these colder approaching months, ' said Johnson.

While visiting the centre, the 37-year-old royal toured the museum while observing the specimens on display and viewing DNA sequencing in action.

Kate Middleton attends the Natural History Museum in London. "And now, as a parent myself, I am experiencing the joy all over again with my own children, who adore coming here, and it is not just to see the T-Rex mind you". HRH is Patron of the Natural History Museum.