The Princess of Wales looked ready for autumn in a white shirt and jumper as she arrived at a community center in Bracknell this morning.
Kate, 41, opted for a gray ensemble of a vest and trousers, layered over a white shirt with a collar, to attend the Vsi Razom community center which supports Ukrainian refugees arriving in the UK over from last year.
Her visit marks the center’s first anniversary after it was established in October 2022 by two women from Bracknell who wanted to help Ukrainians resettling in the UK.
“Vsi Razom” means “all together” in Ukrainian, which provides insight into the hub’s philosophy and desire to work together to help others.
As part of her visit, the mother of three is helping with the center’s daily activities, including packing donations of essential items into aid packages that will be sent back to Ukraine.
The Princess of Wales looked stylish in knitwear as she visited the Vsi Razom Community Centre, in Lexicon Shopping Centre, Bracknell, this morning.
Packages include things like non-perishable food and clothing.
She also hears from Ukrainian refugees who settled in Bracknell Forest last year and were helped by the charity, to learn about their stories of displacement since the invasion by Vladimir Putin’s forces.
Elsewhere, Kate meets volunteers from the service, who work hard every day to provide support and entertainment to people using the centre, including arts and crafts sessions for local children.
The center also employs a psychologist who works with Ukrainian refugees to provide them with mental health support as they integrate into the UK.
The princess, 41, wore her thick brunette locks in loose curls and opted for her signature beaded hoop earrings
With mental health awareness and support being a big passion of Wales, Kate meets the psychologist to discuss how support is provided.
Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine, the Prince and Princess of Wales have made a number of visits to highlight the plight of the Ukrainian people and the generous support that communities and organizations across the United Kingdom have offered in response.
Additionally, last November, the Prince and Princess of Wales Royal Foundation hosted a virtual roundtable to provide advice and share best practices to support the First Lady of Ukraine’s mental health strategy, which addresses the impact of the ongoing conflict. on the mental well-being of Ukrainians.
Today’s visit to the center is a solo trip for Kate, after she and William traveled to Cardiff on Tuesday to meet Windrush seniors at a Black History Month celebration.
The visit marked the 75th anniversary of the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush on British shores, and the Prince and Princess met members of a community group in the Welsh capital to learn how the Windrush generation has shaped society.
During the visit, the competitive couple each chose their team members to compete against each other in a doubles game of table tennis.
Arriving at Grange Pavilion in the Welsh capital’s suburb of Grangetown, the royal couple were met by schoolchildren keen to meet a real prince and princess.
Their Royal Highnesses shook hands with young royal fans, while giving some students a fist bump or a high five.
As they greeted the young fans, who waved flags from Wales and other countries around the world, Prince William appeared fascinated by a young pupil’s headband which featured two pink pom poms.