We’re seriously swooning over the Duchess of Cambridge‘s latest look, after she stepped out with Prince William at an East London School on Thursday.
Kate made a style statement in her bold pink look, wearing a chic new Max & Co coat layered over a pretty scalloped knit from one of her favourite British high street brands, Boden.
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The gorgeous jumper costs £65 from the brand, and is currently still in stock online, though no doubt it will fly off the shelves. The Duchess styled her look with her hair in a ponytail, adding classic black trousers and a quilted clutch to the outfit.
The royal also appeared to be wearing a pair of chain-style earrings that she has been spotted sported during recent video meetings – some fans have suggested they might be the Orelia chain huggie hoops, which cost £15.
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William and Kate met pupils and staff at School21 in Stratford, East London, to highlight the rollout to secondary schools of a Mentally Healthy Schools, an initiative launched by Kate in 2018.
It is their first public engagement since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex gave their big interview to Oprah on Sunday night.
In the first week of students being back in class since before Christmas, the royal couple heard how children at the state-funded school for pupils aged between four and 18 will have access to lessons on tackling anxiety and depression.
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The classes are on a website funded by an initial £800,000 grant from the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, which Kate unveiled on a visit to Roe Green Junior School in Kingsbury, north West London, three years ago.
Speaking to reporters, Prince William broke his silence on the recent news stories surrounding his family, adding that he hadn’t yet spoken to his brother, but planned to. He added: “We’re very much not a racist family.”
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