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Afterwards, they will meet some of JLR's volunteers, who support projects focusing on regeneration, education, young people, charity work and the environment.

They are also due to meet schoolchildren from Topcliffe Primary School, Castle Vale – winners of the Jaguar Primary School Challenge and will see their wining model car race on a track.

Stepping out to Aston Villa football club, Kate donned a red padded jacket, plus some New Balance trainers that were part of an exclusive collaboration with Sweaty Betty.

We've spotted her in this cosy-looking cover-up before!

It is the Duke's first official visit to Villa in four years, when he witnessed a 0-0 draw with Sunderland in November 2013 As the Duchess admitted William had been 'very excited', Keith Wyness, club chief executive, also spoke with the Duke and then turned to Kate to quip: 'Welcome back to the home of one of your husband's other passions' William, who is President of the Football Association, told Keith Wyness, club chief executive today: 'It'll be interesting to see if she's been listening to any of my conversations about football', causing Kate to joke: 'I knew I should have'Spot of bother?

At one point the Duchess, whose tresses are tended to by Amanda Cook Tucker, looked to be struggling with the strong winds.

Onlookers also noticed she was displaying the smallest hint of baby bump under her black polo jumper (right) Kate slipped out of her coat dress and into something a little more practical, swapping the formal monochrome number for a casual red puffer jacket from Perfect Moment - another old favourite for the Duchess As William chatted to the coaches, Kate, who is expecting her third child, spoke to youngsters including 10-year-old pupil Sidrah Batul.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tried their hand at off-road driving in Birmingham today on the first leg of their whistle-stop West Midlands tour.Kate and William, who travelled up from their Kensington Palace home on Wednesday morning, began their day at Jaguar Land Rover's Solihull manufacturing plant, where Kate impressed onlookers by navigating some seriously tricky terrain.It's by Perfect Moment, a brand conceived by Thierry Donard, an extreme sport filmmaker and professional skier who wanted to not only make practical pieces for extreme weather, but stylish ones too. Alternatively, check out similar puffer alternatives lined up in the carousel.We love the bright hue of Kate's coat that zips at the front and is made with ethically sourced titanium goose-down feathers. From Prada, to Miss Selfridge, we've got all budgets covered.

Onlookers also noticed she was displaying the smallest hint of baby bump under her black polo jumper (right) Kate slipped out of her coat dress and into something a little more practical, swapping the formal monochrome number for a casual red puffer jacket from Perfect Moment - another old favourite for the Duchess As William chatted to the coaches, Kate, who is expecting her third child, spoke to youngsters including 10-year-old pupil Sidrah Batul.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tried their hand at off-road driving in Birmingham today on the first leg of their whistle-stop West Midlands tour.

Kate and William, who travelled up from their Kensington Palace home on Wednesday morning, began their day at Jaguar Land Rover's Solihull manufacturing plant, where Kate impressed onlookers by navigating some seriously tricky terrain.

It's by Perfect Moment, a brand conceived by Thierry Donard, an extreme sport filmmaker and professional skier who wanted to not only make practical pieces for extreme weather, but stylish ones too. Alternatively, check out similar puffer alternatives lined up in the carousel.

We love the bright hue of Kate's coat that zips at the front and is made with ethically sourced titanium goose-down feathers. From Prada, to Miss Selfridge, we've got all budgets covered.

Later, on a visit to Aston Villa Football Club, she swapped her designer coat for a casual red ski jacket, skinny jeans and trainers, sensibly tying her hair back into a ponytail.