Fall is in full swing, and Kate Middleton fully embraced the season’s fashion this afternoon at Kew Gardens for her and Prince William’s Generation Earthshot event with school children. Kate dressed fittingly in green for the environment-focused engagement. She paired an open, collared emerald coat with a lighter green short-sleeved sweater and black slacks. She wore her hair down and accessorized with black heels.
Kate’s appearance today comes after she appeared in a very fall, gray Zara dress last week at University College London as part of her early childhood development work. As the Duchess’s team recapped on her and Prince William’s Instagram, Kate appeared there to mark the beginning of a longitudinal study by the university on children born in the 2020s.
At the event, Kate stressed the importance of a person’s first years, saying, per People, “Our early childhoods shape our adult lives and knowing more about what impacts this critical time is fundamental to understanding what we as a society can do to improve our future health and happiness.”
The Duchess of Cambridge highlighted that focus on the Instagram post her team shared recapping the event. She wrote:
Our early childhoods shape our adult lives and knowing more about what impacts this critical time is fundamental to understanding what we as a society can do to improve our future health and happiness.
@UCL’s landmark ‘Children of the 2020s’ study will illustrate the importance of the first five years and provide insights into the most critical aspects of early childhood, as well as the factors which support or hinder positive lifelong outcomes.
I am committed to supporting greater in-depth research in this vital area and I’m delighted to be meeting all those behind the study at this early stage.
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