William & Kate Enjoy Clifftop Walk as They Spend Some Quality Time Together in Ireland
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton and Prince William are continuing their tour of the Republic of Ireland in style. As it seems, they’re packing on the PDA too!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took time out today to visit the Irish coastline, as reported by the British Embassy in Dublin on Twitter.
“Back in Co. Dublin, The Duke, and Duchess visited incredibly scenic Howth this sunny afternoon, taking in sweeping views of the Irish coastline..."
This was for them to take account of their environmental work and how it is helping to improve climate change response and optimize environmental conservation.
Hello Magazine also shared pictures of the Duke and Duchess sharing warm embraces as they walked. Kate nestled her arm in William’s, while they looked to be enjoying some fun in the sun.
Back in Co. Dublin, The Duke and Duchess visited incredibly scenic Howth this sunny afternoon, taking in sweeping views of the Irish coastline on the famous cliff walk☀️ #RoyalVisitIreland pic.twitter.com/aSGCL7DtBD— British Embassy (@BritEmbDublin) March 4, 2020
As expected, the style choices of the royals were also on display. Before heading to Howth, Kate and William had gone to the rural area of County Meath, which is about 20 miles west of Dublin, to view some of the region’s sustainable farming efforts.
As People Magazine reported, Kate was dressed adorably in a jacket designed by Durbarry, a pair of skinny jeans, and a pair of boots that she has reportedly had for about 15 years. Dubbed the Long Tassel Boot, the equestrian boots are from Penelope Chilvers.
According to People, Kate has owned the boots since 2004. Given how well they accentuate her look, it seems her stylists did a pretty good job picking them out.
Kate and William’s tour of Ireland has been a rather eventful one. Hoping to foster peace across the United Kingdom as a part of the government’s unification efforts, the royals have been to several places, including the Guinness brewery in Dublin.
However, they will need to leave the country soon and get back to the official business back in London. When you’re next in line to be King, the work never stops for you.