Class Act! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a local school in East London for their first face to face engagement of the year. While the couple have been conducting many virtual outings from the Queen’s private estate in Norfolk at Sandringham House — today’s visit to School 21 in Stratford is their first screen-less joint engagement.
For the occasion, the duchess looked spring-ready in shades of blush pink. Kate wore Max and Co. Runaway coat — the wool coat features a clean lined design, lapel collar, cinched waist and exterior pockets.
For a sweater, the duchess donned a Boden Hambleden Scallop Jumper in Azalea Pink. The feminine pullover features a delicate scallop stitch detail at the neckline and cuffs. Designed in a soft blended yarn with merino wool and cotton — the sophisticated long sleeve knit works well as an office wear staple and casual daytime style.
For pants, the royal mom of three wore her Jigsaw high waisted luxe sports trousers.
Recycling an old handbag standby, Kate carried a classic clutch from her collection — her Jaeger ‘Kate’ navy quilted bag which she has used as purse for Wimbledon and various engagements since 2012.
And for footwear, the Berkshire beauty opted for her Emmy London Josie navy block heel pumps.
Kate also repeated a floral face mask from Amaia Kids in liberty print.
She finished the look with new gold hoop earrings and opted for Orelia chain hoops. The huggie hoops feature a gold chain design and a click clasp.