Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth stepped out for a rare joint visit to officially open Bush House at King’s College London.For the event, Kate wore a smart gray dress with a black fascinator.
The royal visit will include “robotics demos” and meeting with “students on the virtual trading floor,” per royal commentator Omid Scobie.
Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth stepped out in unison on Tuesday to officially open Bush House at King’s College in London.
For their 2019 outing, Kate is wearing a chic gray dress, while Queen Elizabeth has donned an all-pink look by her go-to designer Stewart Parvin. According to royal reporter Emily Andrews, Kate is wearing a bespoke Catherine Walker coat dress for the occasion:
Meanwhile, @KateMCambridge notes that the duchess is wearing a pair of Kiki McDonough 18K Yellow Gold Classics Cushion-Cut Morganite Diamond Drop Earrings.
You can shop similar pairs by the designer now. The Duchess of Cambridge is carrying a Mulberry clutch.
Twitter user @MiddletonMaven reports that Kate is wearing her Gianvito Rossi “Piper” pumps again:
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Royal commentator Omid Scobie revealed details of the visit on Twitter writing, “Later this morning Duchess Kate will join the Queen to officially open @KingsCollegeLon’s #BushHouse.
The pair (pictured on their first engagement together in 2012) will watch robotics demos, meet students on the virtual trading floor and check out one of two new roof terraces.”
As reported by Kensington Palace, after her joint visit with the Queen, Kate will head to the Foundling Museum “to understand how they use art to make a positive contribution to society by engaging with vulnerable and marginalized young people.
” The Foundling Museum gives visitors a chance to discover the rich history of the Foundling Hospital, which was both the first children’s hospital in the U.K.
and its first public art gallery: