The Duchess shed some inches for a polished look.

By Brittany Vincent
March 05, 2020
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Kate Middleton and Prince William continued their royal tour of Ireland on Tuesday with a series of visits to causes near and dear to their hearts.

Of course, that meant stepping out in style, as Kate and William always do. For this particular outing, however, Kate's new, shorter haircut was on full display.

The Duchess donned a double-breasted cream coat from Reiss with black skinny jeans for her second day on tour. The white coat made it easier to see the inches Kate had chopped off from her normally lengthy locks, as she traded curls for a much sleeker, straighter look this time around. It was also a much different look than the deep green outfits she had opted for since arriving in Ireland.

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She and William visited a mental health charity in Dublin as part of an investigation on how mental health awareness is being approached among younger people throughout Ireland.

While out and about on Wednesday morning, Kate and William headed to the charity Jigsaw, which offers a series of free therapy sessions for younger participants, from ages 12 to 25.

They also took some time to visit a facility run by the social justice charity Extern, in County Kildare outside of Dublin for a look at how the charity helps to support young people and families facing difficulties.

For their next stop, the pair will be headed out to County Meath for a visit at a research farm to learn about the efforts there to promote sustainable farming.

And, of course, we'll be on the lookout for whatever outfit Kate decides to pull out during the stop next.

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This article originally appeared on InStyle.com