The Royal Family’s Instagram account noted the Duchess of Cambridge and Duke of Cambridge visited a school in London with the Duchess rocking a pink and black outfit.
Kate Middleton opted for a sophisticated look for her visit to School 21 Stratford in London. Her husband accompanied her for the royal engagement outing. A statement under the Royal Family’s Instagram read:
"This morning, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited School 21 in Stratford, London to congratulate teachers involved in the re-opening of the school following lockdown.”
Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton beams wearing a coordinated, green ensemble | Photo: Getty Images
According to the statement, Middleton and Prince William also heard about the challenges they faced over the past year. It also stated that secondary schools and colleges across the UK could now access #MentallyHealthySchools resources.
It is now possible because of the Mentally Healthy School's primary school hub's success, which has been accessed over a million times since it was created by the Duchess three years ago.
The account showed pictures from the couple's day visit along with the informative post, which showed Prince William sitting down on the sidewalk with a young boy. Another shot showed his wife interacting with other kids.
The last image showed the Cambridges sitting on chairs facing people whom they were interacting with. The couple sat side-by-side with their legs crossed.
The Duke wore a royal blue trench coat with matching trousers with a maroon cardigan and blue shirt. His gorgeous wife donned black flared trousers, wearing a bubblegum pink coat with a matching sweater.
She accessorized with more staples, including her Emmy London pumps and Orelia chain hoop earrings in gold. The mom of three wore her beloved floral Amaia face mask.
The 39-year-old has reportedly been wearing British brands by opting for High Street stalwarts and other labels. Last year, stylists shared that her choice of outfits during lockdown is stylish and practical and complements her dedication to her duties.
One said she has a clear message behind her attires. According to the stylist, Middleton's choice to wear home-made brands means supporting a currently struggling industry.
While stepping out for a spring-ready ensemble, this marked her first public appearance since the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry interview with Oprah Winfrey. According to Instyle, she did not speak to reporters during the royal engagement.
However, her husband, Prince William, was able to answer some of the questions. When asked if the family is racist, he replied: "We're very much not a racist family," he said. He also revealed that he had not spoken to his brother but intended to do so.