The royal looked beautiful in an image released alongside a lengthy statement. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a favourite t-shirt, the “Cotton Blend Puff Sleeve Top” from the Lauren Ralph Lauren line. The top costs around £60.
With the look, Kate wore a pair of pearl and gold earrings.
While still fairly pricey, the gems are a steal by royal standards.
The earrings, a pair of gold hoops with detachable pearl charms, are by British designer Freya Rose.
The earrings, currently on a waiting list, are described by the brand as “beautiful hoop earrings with detachable pearls.
The perfect day to night statement earrings.”
The pieces include five freshwater pearls on 18ct gold plated silver earrings.
Kate also wore a gold pendant, thought to be a gift from Prince William.
The necklace has the initials, G, L and C.
The necklace, by designer Daniella Draper, also features a small diamond stud. It costs £1,100.
The Duchess launching The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. It is hoped the foundation will drive awareness of and action on the impact of the early years.
It is an issue Kate is passionate about, and she loaned her words to the forwards of the centre’s inaugural report, Big Change Starts Small.
The Duchess wrote: “Our first five years lay important foundations for our future selves. This period is when we first learn to manage our emotions and impulses, to care and to empathise, and thus ultimately to establish healthy relationships with ourselves and others.
“It is a time when our experience of the world around us, and the way that moulds our development, can have a lifelong impact on our future mental and physical wellbeing.
“Indeed, what shapes our childhood shapes the adults and the parents we become.”
It comes just one week after fans were thrilled to see Kate meet with Jill Biden to discuss early years.
The Duchess was joined by the First Lady of the United States, Dr Jill Biden, on a visit to Connor Downs Academy in Cornwall.
The pair visited the school’s Reception Class to hear how pupils are supported through a bespoke Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
While visiting the school with Jill Biden, Kate Middleton wore an Alexander McQueen dress.
She opted for a pink midi-length dress featuring short sleeves and a round neck.
It nipped in around the royal’s waist and featured pleats at the neck.
Clothing pieces from the brand retail at around £1,000.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK