On day two of the Duchess of Cambridge's New York visit, Kate met with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's wife, Chirlane McCray, at the Northside Center for Child Development in Harlem wearing another sleek and elegant British coat. Aptly named the "Washington," the Goat coat is made of heavy black crepe with nude detailing on the sleeves and mid-back, and retails for $1,038. The '60s A-line shape makes for flattering maternity-wear and, paired with black pumps and tights, is well-suited to the cool temps we're having in New York. Inside, Kate helped volunteers wrap Christmas gifts and kept the coat on.
McCray also kept warm in a bright coat -- and championed New York's fashion industry -- by wearing the same Nanette Lepore style she wore to her husband's inauguration almost a year ago.
Meanwhile, Prince William took a flight to D.C. Monday morning to meet with President Obama. Next up on the Duchess's agenda is a lunch at the British Consul General's residence. Will she change outfits? Will she wear an American designer? Probably not, but we can expect to see another outfit change when she heads to the Nets game in Brooklyn this evening.