Since returning to her royal duties following the end of her children’s summer vacation earlier this month, Princess Kate can’t seem to stop wearing suits.
She suited up for yet another public engagement today, when she joined husband Prince William for a visit to Madley Primary School’s Forest School and local charity We Are Farming Minds in Hereford.
The occasion saw the royal dressed in a dark gray single-breasted blazer layered over a black base, which consisted of a plain black long-sleeved top and skinny black trousers. Instead of topping off the look with her signature suede pumps, Kate instead opted for outdoorsy footwear by stepping out in dark brown lace-up combat boots. It’s an apt shoe choice, considering that the Prince and Princess of Wales’s Hereford visit would be taking them through excursions in a forest and on a farm.
As for William’s outfit, the royal coordinated with his wife in a gray blazer, a light blue button-up, navy slacks, and brown shoes.
Kate last wore a suit while visiting HMP High Down, a men’s prison in Surrey, where, as royal patron of the U.K.’s Forward Trust, she backed the charity’s work helping its clients manage addiction while imprisoned. At the time, she looked suave in a sleek blue suit by Alexander McQueen, which she paired with matching navy pumps.
Prior to that, she attended the Rugby World Cup in another monochromatic Alexander McQueen suit, which she had previously worn to the Commonwealth Games in August 2022. She completed the all-white look with ivory pumps and a woven clutch.
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