The British royal family, unlike the Spanish royal family, has a presence on several social media platforms, but it seems that it is still not enough. Kate Middleton has launched a new Instagram account that will have a great purpose.
The Princess of Wales, 41, is focused on making her work on the importance of early childhood visible and has decided to launch a new campaign to promote her The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, which she established a year and a half ago.
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Kate Middleton’s new Instagram account
The new Instagram account, The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, will actually focus on Kate’s ongoing work with the very youngest children.
One of the first posts was a video where the Princess of Wales has spoken about the lasting impact of a child’s early years.
“By focusing our collective time, energy & resources on these most preventative years, we can make a huge difference,” she highlighted in the publication.
The Princess of Wales visited Leeds, a city north of London, on Tuesday, January 31, where she presented her Shaping Us campaign.
Shaping Us: Kate Middleton in green Alexander McQueen coat and Victoria Beckham dress
Alexander McQueen’s fashion label has become a favorite for recent royal engagements. For her visit to Leeds, Kate wore a new coat. Specifically it is a long design to the feet with lapel and double-breasted in green. The Duchess also has a similar design, but in red.
Under this coat, the princess wore an impeccable new midi-length dress, fitted at the waist with belt, has long sleeves, round neck and in a flattering cream color. The garment is a Victoria Beckham design.
She accessorized her look with brown boots by Gianvito Rossi and a handbag by Manu Atelier, in the same color as the coat.