Kate Middleton is known for her stylish and classic outfits. Today was no different when the Duchess spoke on the ‘What the UK thinks about the Early Years’ forum. For the occasion, the royal opted for a recycled number which is from high-street brand Marks and Spencer.
The Duchess of Cambridge launched her early years survey to find out what Britons thought on the topic of early childhood.
The ‘5 Big Questions on the Under Fives’ forms part of an extensive body of research commissioned by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and conducted by Ipsos MORI.
The five big questions saw over half a mission response alone.
The aim of the survey was to find out how parents have coped throughout the pandemic.
Kate opted to recycle her pink M&S blazer
Kate stuck to her signature makeup look, with a brown smokey eye and strong eyebrows
The royal has been active this week on her official Instagram account, sharing sneak previews into the results of the survey.
For today’s event, Kate opted for her recycled pink Marks & Spencer suit jacket as she sat on a cream and blue striped chair.
Kate first stunned in the matching suit jacket and pink trousers back in the midst of the pandemic in March as she visited health workers in Croydon.
The double-breasted blazer and matching slim cropped trouser was selling on the high-street retailers site for £158.
It proved to be very popular with the royal as she was seen wearing the pink trousers again.
She later wore the trousers again back in September as Kate met with parents who have been receiving help from peer support networks during the pandemic.
The Duchess added a plain white t-shirt to the look to create her elegant smart-casual style.
For today’s event, Kate opted for a round neck cream top which can be seen under her gorgeous blazer.
For today’s event, Kate opted for a round neck cream top
In the video, the royal explained: “It’s a huge honour to be here today to talk about the early years.
“Over the last nine months, the pandemic has been a worrying time for us all. We’ve experienced isolation, loss and uncertainty.
“But in the midst of this crisis, we’ve also seen huge acts of kindness, generosity and empathy.”
For accessories, the Duchess kept the look simple with no necklace or bracelet to be seen.
Kate and Prince William have three royal children
Her drop pearl earrings could be seen poking out behind her hair and added pulled the look together.
Her belt, which she has recycled on a number of occasions, cinched in the royals waist to accentuate her slim figure.
The Anderson’s Croc-effect leather belt, which is stocked on high-end fashion websites like Net-A-Porter, retails for a whopping £98.
While the bottom half of Kate was out of shot, a glimpse of a pair of black trousers could be seen.
The royal added: “The pandemic has reminded us just how much we value living in a world where people care for one another and the importance of feeling connected to the people around us.”
Kate went on to speak about her campaign and how important early years of children’s lives are.
For hair, the Duchess styled her recently highlighted caramel locks in her classic wavy blow-dry with the front pieces curled away from her face.
Kate stuck to her signature makeup look, with a brown smokey eye and strong eyebrows.
The Duchess wore lots of blusher, the same tone as her suit jacket.
She completed the look with a nude pink lip stain.
For yesterday’s video appearance, Kate wore a low-cut royal blue dress with a crossover detail.