The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in a tailored berry coat as she visited a London school, and fans are desperate to get their hands on it .

Kate, 39, joined the year eight science class at Nower Hill High school in Harrow yesterday (November 24) as part of her work supporting early years development.

She was seen wearing a gorgeous Hobbs London fuchsia coat in Tilda Wool, along with a matching roll-neck jumper and a simple pair of black trousers.

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The Duchess of Cambridge (right) speaking to Dr. Elizabeth Rapa, Senior Researcher from the University of Oxford, during a visit to Nower Hill High School in Harrow
The Duchess of Cambridge visited Nower Hill High School in Harrow (Image: Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA Wire)

The coat, which can be bought from Bloomingdale’s, originally was on sale for £477.51.

However, the coat is now included in the Black Friday sale deals, and can be bought for £358.14 from the website .

The incredible deal is expected to last until November 30, so fans looking to cash in on the great discount need to be quick.

The coat is selling out fast as fans rush to copy the bold yet elegant style that is perfect for adding a pop of colour to your winter wardrobe.

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The designer coat comes in a range of sizes from six to 20, and also comes in a deep ochre colour for those wanting something more subtle and muted.

Made from naturally warm and biodegradable brushed wool, the coat is said to be kinder to the planet, something that the royal family has been championing for a long time.

Kate spoke of her school visit in an Instagram post that read: “The first five years of our lives have an extraordinary impact on the adults we become. They provide the foundations for how we respond to our biggest challenges in later life, our long-term health, wellbeing and resilience.

“Everyone involved in a child’s early life has a pivotal role to play and @OxChildPsych’s research educating teenagers in science lessons about how early experiences shape brain development is just one example of how we can be better informed about this.

“Huge thanks to the pupils of Nower Hill HS for sharing your experiences!”

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