The Princess of Wales once again rocked business chic in a suit as she visited a charity in east London this morning.
Kate, 41, wore a blazer and trousers for her sixth consecutive public engagement as she establishes her corporate and executive style.
She looked radiant in the camel Alexander McQueen suit with an angular fitted blazer and flared trousers and wore her thick brunette locks in bouncy blow-dried curls as she visited Streets of Growth, a youth intervention charity in non-profit that runs outreach programs for vulnerable children who are at risk of becoming involved in crime.
Kate’s outfit choice shows that McQueen is still her favorite brand, even after designer Sarah Burton, who was credited with creating her stunning wedding dress in 2011, stepped down from her role last week.
On her arrival at the association’s headquarters, the Princess met frontline staff who work with young people at risk of falling into delinquency or those who have already suffered harm or trauma, and help them by developing a course of specialized intervention coaching.
The Princess of Wales donned another costume for her sixth consecutive public engagement as she visited Streets of Growth in east London.
Many Streets of Growth staff have previously been helped by its programs and have since returned to the charity to pay tribute to the support and guidance they received in their younger years.
The charity specializes in targeted outreach programs aimed at young people aged 15-25 to re-engage them in the community.
Since its creation in 2001, the association has transformed the lives of more than 5,000 young people.
Streets of Growth was founded by Diane Peters following a research visit to the US city of Boston, where she was inspired by the work of an organization called Roca.
In December last year, when the Prince and Princess of Wales visited the east coast city to host the Earthshot Prize, the royal couple visited Roca.
Princess Kate wore her thick brunette locks in curly locks as she attended a youth charity in east London.
The princess organized a round table with women as part of the mothers and daughters group.
Mother-of-three Kate seemed to have a natural rapport with the mothers and daughters at the charity.
During the discussion, the princess seemed passionate about the Streets of Growth cause.
The princess joined the mother and daughter group as they made espadrilles from scraps of fabric.
The princess looked deep in conversation as she chatted to frontline staff who work with vulnerable young people.
Kate has heard about how staff are using neuroscience-based techniques to help the children and young people in their care.
The princess looked company in her camel suit with a fitted, angular jacket and wide flared pants.
Princess Kate met the youth organisation’s frontline staff, many of whom were helped by her carers when they were younger.
The princess spoke with some staff members of the organization, which recently moved to a newer, larger space.
Streets of Growth draws on a Roca-style model, using neuroscience and cognitive skills to train its own practitioners and help young people using its services break negative behavior patterns. The aim is to ultimately encourage them to play a central role in building thriving communities.
The charity engages police and young offender teams within the community, as well as social services, schools and colleges, and housing associations who can manage the properties where young people using the charity can live.
Streets of Growth operates an appropriate transition model of intervention, which takes into account children’s lifestyle, environment, education and career.
The charity recently moved to a new space in east London, funded by Unite Students. The new headquarters has helped Streets of Growth increase its capacity in the region, allowing it to welcome more young people.
Kate’s visit is her second solo engagement in as many days, following her trip to a Royal Navy base in Yeovilton on Monday.
The princess donned a £549 black blazer from Holland Cooper that she has worn before, with gold buttons, teamed with trousers and £650 black pumps with a chunky heel from Gianvito Rossi during her visit to the Royal Navy Air Station at Yeovilton.
Kate, who has been Commodore-in-Chief of the Fleet Air Arm since last month, styled her long, thick brunette locks in bouncy, blow-dried waves, with her new 70s-style bangs perfectly framing her face.
Showcasing her natural beauty, the mother of three kept her makeup simple with a touch of blush, a nude lip and bronze eye and she accessorized with Kiki McDonough white topaz teardrop earrings.
During a visit to an aircraft hangar, Kate started laughing as she tried on an emergency life jacket and inflated it while wearing it around her neck. Elsewhere during her visit, she chatted with staff at the air traffic control tower, before getting the chance to test out the flight simulator.