Kate Middleton is queen of the co-ord as she stuns in green flared trouser suit

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, is known for never putting a foot wrong when it comes to fashion, and she didn't disappoint on a recent outing.

The 41 year old Princess stunned in an emerald green trouser suit as she visited a textile mill in Leeds on Tuesday, September 26 – which was once owned by her family.

Kate was all smiles as she arrived to AW Hainsworth, a family-owned heritage textile mill which was established in 1773 and manufactures British woollen cloth, high-performing technical textiles, and iconic fabrics.

The mill was previously owned by William Lupton & Co, which was founded by Kate's ancestors in the 17th century, before it was sold to AW Hainsworth in 1958.

Kate looked absolutely stunning in the Burberry suit, which featured flared trousers that matched perfectly with her suede heels which featured a chunky heel.

She is known to recycle her clothing, and has previously been seen wearing the green suit earlier this year in March as she welcomed Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway to the UK.

Underneath her blazer, Kate donned a pretty white blouse, whilst she accessorised with a gold chain necklace and hooped earrings.

The mum of three wore her brunette locks down in loose waves and she opted for her signature natural makeup, including smokey eyes and a smattering of highlighter across her cheekbones.

She was not joined by her husband, Prince William, the Prince Of Wales, or their children, Prince George, ten, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five.

During her visit, Kate went on a tour of the mill, whilst she also got to know more about her ancestors' connection to the building and the business.

She also learned about the processes of creating the fabrics that come out of the factory, as well as meeting the apprentices who are learning the trade from their mentors.

Kate was in great spirits as she happily chatted to the people she met and showed an interest in their business.

The royal is descendant from one of the great dynasties of Yorkshire textile manufacturing – the Luptons.

The family dates back to the 17th century, and they became wealthy after William Lupton founded a small textile firm.

William's son, Frank, who is Kate's great-great-great grandfather then took on the business and transformed it, by buying a former cloth mill in Whitehall Road, Leeds.

The business later expanded into manufacturing woollens, worsteds, fancy tweeds and other fabrics to make livery and police uniforms.

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