Kate Middleton has returned to another official engagement in the midst of the maelstrom that has raised the controversial book of Prince Harry, where his name comes up in several chapters.
“Never explain, never complain”. The position of the Princess of Wales in the face of the controversy has been to smile and not respond to journalists who ask her about what Harry said in his book ‘Spare’.
Last Wednesday, Kate made a visit to the Foxcubs nursery in Luton, in the north of London, there she enjoyed with the pupils of the kindergarten, painting with them some masks demonstrating how well she gets along with children.
Kate Middleton with orange outfit by Gabriela Hearst and Massimo Dutti coat
For the appointment, the princess has taken out of her closet two orange knitted pieces by Gabriela Hearst, made of ribbed cashmere and consisting of a turtleneck sweater and a straight skirt below the knees. She added a belt to accentuate the silhouette.
Kate has combined her outfit with one of her favorite pieces: the camel coat from Massimo Dutti. This model has a gold double-breasted design that she has worn on numerous occasions since she wore it for the first time in 2020.
The mother of George, Charlotte and Louis perhaps aware of the criticism that has been poured on her in recent weeks for her spending on clothes in 2022, has opened the doors of her dressing room to other low-cost garments.
Finally, the wife of Prince William has combined her style with chocolate brown suede boots by Gianvito Rossi, matching handbag by Emmy London and yellow gold and citrine earrings by Kiki McDonough.
Learning through play at Foxcubs Nursery!
Outstanding early years settings like this play a huge role in positively shaping a child’s development. The collaboration between staff and parents is just one of the ways children here are supported in their first five years. pic.twitter.com/DMC3OSZ8UO
— The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) January 18, 2023