These Photos from Kate Middleton’s Latest Outing Look Straight Out of a Jewel Heist Movie

Kate Middleton’s latest outing involved art, jewels and a special connection to Queen Elizabeth.

On Thursday, the Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London to view the Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution exhibition, where over 200 bejeweled objects (that were created by Carl Fabergé) are on display.

For the occasion, Middleton donned a colorful, paisley-patterned top by Ralph Lauren and a pair of black pants. She topped off her '70s-inspired look with a snakeskin-embossed leather belt and a pair of gold hoops.

A series of photos from the event were posted on the shared Instagram account of Middleton and her husband, Prince William. In the first snap, we see the 39-year-old duchess—sporting a black mask—examining one piece of the exhibit.

Per the post’s caption, “Amongst the collection is the long-lost Third Imperial Egg, discovered by a scrap dealer in 2011 after it went missing in 1964, the Moscow Kremlin Egg which features a music box and the Alexander Palace Egg, which contains a model of the palace inside.”

The exhibit also holds a very special connection to the duchess and the rest of the royal family, considering three of the decorative eggs on display were donated by Queen Elizabeth.

We’re not surprised Middleton took time out of her busy schedule to stop by a famous museum. Not only did she study art at university, but she also became the first royal patron of the museum in 2018.

More photos from this outing, please.

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