Duchess Kate loves a simple, classic style, and nothing more classic than an ensemble of blazers
The Duchess of Cambridge visited London’s Southwark district to meet with parents and children from PACT (Parents and Children Together), a community organization that works to improve the health and development of children and their caregivers. There Kate met with members and volunteers during their weekly MumSpace gathering, which aims to create a support network for parents raising babies and toddlers.
For her latest work visit, Kate seems to have combined an ensemble of a black-and-white checkered blazer with a plain black top and black trousers from L.K. Bennett. Accessories she wears include a black and gold belt, a blue pendant necklace from Astley Clarke, a stainless steel Cartier watch, a pair of pearl earrings and a diamond-studded ring by Annoushka, and black suede shoes by Gianvito Rossi.
One of the important lessons learned is how local support networks are a core principle in giving parents the confidence and strength to support their children,” the royal office at Kensington Palace said of the visit. “This is a great example of best practice. in harnessing the power of community to support each other.”
Duchess Katem, who launched the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood, is known as the biggest supporter of the early childhood development movement.
“Our first five years laid an important foundation for our future,” Kate wrote in a letter released last June announcing the agency’s inaugural report, Big Change Starts Small. “This is the time when we first learn to manage our emotions and impulses, to care and empathize, and thus ultimately to build healthy relationships with ourselves as well as with others.”