The Duchess of Cambridge received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, but royal fans aren't concerned with her news about the injection as they couldn't stop complimenting her outfit.
Kate Middleton is halfway done with her vaccination process after she received her first COVID-19 vaccine. The royal shared a snap showing the vaccine being administered to her, and the fans couldn't get enough.
Twitter users flooded the comment section with compliments for Middleton, noting that she always looked immaculate even when she received an injection.
Kate Middleton hosts a drive-in cinema screening of Disney's 'Cruella' for Scottish NHS workers at The Palace of Holyroodhouse on May 26, 2021 | Getty Images
The Duchess of Cambridge went for a laid-back look wearing a white knitted short sleeve top paired with slim-fitting denim that showcased her tiny figure.
Middleton shared that she was vaccinated at the London’s Science Museum and expressed her gratitude to everyone involved in the vaccine distribution, but her fans were more concerned with her fashion choices as one noted:
"So gorgeous and glam even when get vaccinated. Love this outfit"
Royal fans may have enjoyed seeing a glimpse behind the royal curtain in this post because the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's social media pages usually showcase a very well-put-together and sophisticated version of the couple.
Prince William and Middleton visited the center to converse with the front-line workers and hear how they managed.
The COVID-19 vaccine snap showcases Middleton's off-duty look, which is still very fashionable and understated despite being a very casual look. It is clear that Middleton knows how to present herself in every situation.
PRINCE WILLIAM'S TURN
Middleton's vaccination journey follows her husband. Prince William received his first shot of the vaccine earlier than his wife. He also shared about his experience on social media as he wrote:
"On Tuesday I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. To all those working on the vaccine rollout - thank you for everything you’ve done and continue to do."
Queen Elizabeth was among the first of the Windsor family to get her vaccine. Her injection was administered in February; a doctor visited the Windsor Castle to give the reigning royal her first shot.
ON THE FRONTLINES
While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are only getting their vaccines now, they have been regular visitors at the vaccine centers across the U.K.
The royal couple visited the center at Westminster Abbey on March 23, known as the National Day of Reflection, which marks the day that Britons entered their first lockdown in 2020.
Prince William and Middleton visited the center to converse with the front-line workers and hear how they managed under the tough working environments amidst the pandemic.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have emphasized their recognition and thanks for the medical personnel who have been working to help those suffering from COVID-19.