Kate Middleton paints the city red in a stunning £1,980 crimson bodysuit at a star-studded event | Royal | News
Princess Kate stunned royal fans in an elegant crimson trouser suit as she arrived at a star-studded event in central London. the Princess of Wales She smiled as she was greeted by the onlookers. Celebrities including rapper Professor Green, TV presenter Fern Cotton, former Love Island contestant Zara McDermott and England women’s captain Leah Williamson are expected to join Kate at the event in the West End.
Kate was joined by William, Prince of Wales, who donned a blue suit and red tie to match the color of this wife’s suit. The Princess of Wales matched her outfit, which included an Alexander McQueen jacket retailing at £1,390 and low-rise crepe trousers at £590, with earrings inspired by an iconic venue in London.
In a nod to British architecture, Kate wore Chalk’s Florence earrings, inspired by the ceiling of the Royal Opera Hall. The earrings are made of walnut wood, acrylic and sterling silver, retailing for just £70.
Known for creating intricate, handcrafted pieces, the London-based jewelry company was founded by architect and designer Malaika Kar.
The last time Kate wore earrings was at the unveiling of Windrush National Monument in June 2022.
The royal couple stepped into the event to celebrate Kate’s Shaping Us campaign from the Royal Early Childhood Foundation’s centre, which aims to enhance public understanding of the importance of the first five years of a child’s life. The occasion, held at BAFTA headquarters, saw Kate, campaign hero Rochelle Humes, and Amanda Berry, CEO of the Royal Foundation, throw a peek. It was put together by Kate Silverton and followed by a drinks reception.
William and Kate’s latest public appearance follows the release of an open letter on Saturday (January 28) in which Kate urged people to think about how to make the world a “more supportive and loving place” for children.
Kate, who said promoting the early years would be her life’s work, wrote that “healthy, happy children shape healthy, happy futures” in the letter.
She wrote about an upcoming campaign: “During our very early childhood, our brains develop at an astonishing rate—faster than at any other time in our lives. Our experiences, our relationships, and our surroundings at that early age, shape the rest of our lives.”
The speech continued, “It is the time when we lay the foundations and building blocks of life. It is the time when we learn how to understand ourselves, understand others, and understand the world in which we live.”
“But as a society, we currently spend too much of our time and energy on later life. And I’m absolutely determined that this long-term campaign will change that.”
Kate recently appeared in East London to launch the ‘Shaping Us’ initiative from her new Early Years campaign.
For the occasion, she wore a pair of £62 18k gold-plated earrings by Welsh designer Hayley Jones for her brand, Spells of Love. She matched it with a teal blouse for a visit during which she spoke with children at St John’s Church of England School.
Kate wore the same earrings in 2020 when she visited Wales with her Prince WilliamThey wear it with a floral dress.
Shaping Us is part of Kate’s campaign to raise awareness of the importance of early childhood. Its aim is to draw attention to the importance of a child’s development before their fifth birthday.
She promoted the campaign by recording a letter to children which was posted in Instagram In doing so, she provided a rare glimpse into her life.
Kate posted a video on Saturday (January 28) that showed her turning the pages of a scrapbook.
While she does so, she writes messages in pen, showing off her refined handwriting. In her first letter, she wrote, “What constitutes us?” In neat cursive text next to a man’s photo.
The video watches her flip several more pages before settling on a page with pictures of three children. She then removes the image of a girl in the center to reveal a hidden written paragraph.
“Our early childhood shapes adulthood,” Kate writes.
The stylistic video concludes with the book closing and a card showing the Early Childhood Center flashing across the screen. The footage was one of the few times the Princess of Wales showed her handwriting to the camera.