Kate Middleton accompanied Prince William on his visit to Cardiff to mark the 75th anniversary of the HMT Empire Windrush liner’s arrival in London and the start of Black History Month in the UK.
During their visit, The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Fitzalan High School to learn about the students’ work in relation to black history and vocational education.
During this meeting with the students, Kate showed a more youthful side by making a gesture that did not go unnoticed.
Kate Middleton in Cardiff
The royal couple were in good spirits as they mingled with the crowds. Kate even formed a heart with her hands, a gesture that became famous as Taylor Swift’s signature move and even became an emoji last year, People reported.
In addition to these gestures, there were also moments during the visit when the royal couple shared affectionate glances that sparked comments on social media.
The connection and affection between Kate Middleton and Prince William was evident and captured the attention of those in attendance and online followers.
Kate Middleton’s visit to Cardiff was a highlight, with the Princess of Wales showing her support for important cultural events and celebrations.
Her presence alongside Prince William highlighted the importance of black history and the royal couple’s commitment to promoting diversity and equality in the UK.