Kate Middleton wears a fuchsia Alexander McQueen dress as she visits Cornwall school with Jill Biden
Kate Middleton had a pink vision when she saw Dr. Jill Biden met at a school in Cornwall to discuss women’s empowerment ahead of the G7 summit.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, cut an elegant figure in Alexander McQueen’s £1,125 fuschia midi dress when she arrived this afternoon to meet the president’s wife at a local school.
The two chatted as they walked into the school, with Dr. Jill looking after Kate white dress and wearing a bright pink Lagence Fashion blazer from her wardrobe.
The mother of three and the US First Lady will talk about women’s empowerment, children and early childhood education during their meeting.
Kate Middleton had a pink vision when she saw Dr. Jill Biden met at a school in Cornwall to discuss women’s empowerment ahead of the G7 summit
Kate wore her bouncy brunette locks styled in her signature side part and opted for minimal makeup as she wore a simple smokey eye.
Meanwhile, she wore a baby pink miniature handbag for the occasion.
Her fuchsia pink dress, which is currently sold out online, is described as perfect for a first date.
Made in Italy, the silk dress seems somewhat tailored for the Duchess, with a longer hemline and a striking 1960s-style belt.
Kate sported her bouncy brunette locks styled in her signature side part and opted for minimal makeup as she wore a simple smokey eye
The Duchess has long been a fan of Alexander McQueen, with the luxury house designing her iconic wedding dress becoming a go-to of the royal family since her wedding to Prince William in April 2011.
The royal has also sported a myriad of pink outfits in recent months, with experts saying she wore the pretty ensembles after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s amazing Oprah interview to “seem sweet and convey kindness.”
Kate wore a blushing bow tie during a performance hours after her sister-in-law claimed the two women had a tearful confrontation, days before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding in 2018.
Meanwhile, she also donned a £65 pink Boden sweater this spring for her first personal engagement of the year.
The Duchess’s recent fondness for the color suggests she wants to “reduce feelings of anger and resentment” and “transmit kindness and understanding in a non-threatening way,” according to Lancashire-based psychologist Lee Chambers.
Today marks the first time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have attended official G7 summit events, marking another milestone in their advancement as senior royals.
The two chatted as they walked into the school, with Dr. Jill matching Kate in a white dress and bright pink blazer from Lagence Fashion.
For First Lady Jill Biden, the G7 summit is the first time she has left the US since husband Joe became president.
In the evening, the Queen and Prince Charles host a reception at the Eden Project for world leaders and their husbands.
William and Kate will join the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Eden Project reception on Friday evening.
Prince Charles will host an additional reception where he will brief leaders about his ‘sustainable markets initiative’.
The Duchess of Cambridge (pictured in March) has worn a host of pink outfits since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell Oprah interview to “appear sweet and convey kindness,” according to a psychologist
Kate, 39, wore a blushing kitty blouse (pictured) during a performance hours after her sister-in-law claimed the two women had a tearful confrontation days before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding in 2018
The royal family will then depart and the chiefs and their husbands will then dine, prepared by local chef Emily Scott, before returning to the prime location in Carbis Bay.
The Big Jubilee Lunch is part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in 2022 and on Friday the monarch, along with Kate and Camilla, will attend an event celebrating The Big Lunch, an initiative led by the Eden Project.
The royal party will meet local Big Lunch volunteers and thank them for their efforts to support their communities through the challenges of the past year.
Kate’s appearance comes amid a difficult week for the family, following what would have been the Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday.
Yesterday, members of the royal family took to social media to pay tribute to Prince Philip.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to the Kensington Royal Twitter nd shared two photos on Wednesday of the Queen planting a beautiful ‘Duke of Edinburgh’ rose in the East Terrace Garden in honor of Prince Philip.