The Cambridges had a packed day
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Bradford on Wednesday to carry out their first joint engagements of the year. Prince William and Kate’s first stop of the day was City Hall in Centenary Square to join a group of young people from across the community to hear about life in Bradford. The royal couple delighted members of the public as they stopped to chat to them before their next engagement. Their appearance comes shortly after Prince William attended crunch talks surrounding his brother’s decision to step back as a senior royal.
Prince William and Kate are also set to travel to one of Bradford’s Khidmat Centres, whose main focus is to help the most vulnerable members of the community from minority ethnic backgrounds. William and Kate will join a session involving groups supported by Better Start Bradford, which delivers over 20 projects to pregnant women and families under the age of four. One of the Duchess’ main focuses is her Early Years initiative and the importance of supporting children and families from a young age. Click through the gallery to see the best pictures from the day…
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge received a warm welcome as they arrived in Bradford on Wednesday. Kate looked elegant wearing a dark green outfit with her brunette locks styled in loose waves, while William looked smart in his suit and dark overcoat.
The couple’s first stop in Bradford was City Hall in Centenary Square, where they met a group of young people, local employers and members of the public.
Prince William and Kate’s final stop of the day was one of Bradford’s Khidmat Centres, which help vulnerable people from the community.
For Kate’s first public engagement of the year, she wore a dark green McQueen coat – and she looked fabulous as ever!
The Duchess appeared to be in great spirits as she happily chatted to a group of people upon her arrival.
Prince William and Kate’s trip follows a tumultuous week for the royal family in which the Queen allowed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to step down as senior royals and begin a “new life”.
Source: HELLO MAGAZINE