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Kate Middleton Trades Her Tiara for Tennis Shoes, Takes Prince George for a Stroll

Kate Middleton, Baby George, Duchess Catherine Bauer-Griffin

From royally elegant to casual and cute, Kate Middleton always looks chic as can be!

The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out on Wednesday, Dec. 4 to take Prince George for a stroll around the scenic Kensington Gardens, where she was snapped pushing her little one in a stylish stroller while sporting a low-key look on a seemingly chilly winter day.

Joining mama and baby on the afternoon walk was Prince William and Kate's cocker spaniel Lupo, although the precious pooch is not pictured in the photo.

PHOTO: Kate Middleton wears a diamond tiara to Buckingham Palace event

Kate Middleton, Baby George, Duchess Catherine Bauer-Griffin

Middleton rocked a relaxed mom-on-the-go style as she doted on her baby boy, sporting jeans, tennis shoes and a basic jacket. The 31-year-old royal added a baseball cap, scarf, gloves and tennis shoes to her comfy attire to keep warm in the cold London weather.

The new mom was also seen pushing her royal bundle of joy in a $2,350 Silver Cross stroller, which, according to the brand's website, is considered to be the "Rolls Royce of prams" (how fitting!), and, lucky for moms looking to copy Kate's style, the similar Sleepover Elegance pram is currently on sale for $1,889.99.

Just one day prior to her to average day with Prince George, Middleton attended a glitzy reception at the Buckingham Palace with her husband where she wore a dazzling diamond tiara for the first time since her 2011 wedding.

PHOTO: Kate Middleton meets with sick children and families during hospice visit

Kate Middleton, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge SSChospices/Twitter

She also returned to work this morning after last night's royal screening of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, which coincided with the tragic death of Nelson Mandela on Thursday, Dec. 5.

The brunette beauty met with sick children and hospital workers during a visit to the Shooting Star House center in West London. According to the organization, Kate spoke with hospice staff, volunteers and children "to learn more about the impact" of their work, and she also participated in a music session with a group of kids in addition to touring the facilities.

"The Duchess is a committed supporter of children's hospices and showed great knowledge about our vital work supporting children with life-limiting conditions and their families," the center's CEO David Burland said of Middleton's visit, during which Prince William's wife wore dark boots, blue skinny jeans and a sleek gray coat.

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