Princess Kate (41) reminisces about her own time studying in St. Andrews during her visit to Nottingham Trent University. She completed the appointment as part of a series of events to mark World Mental Health Day. As "Mail Online" also reports, the wife of heir to the throne Prince William (41) talked to the students on site about the importance of the mental health of young people.
For this appearance, the mother of three wore a cream-colored knitted two-piece from Sezane, one of her favorite brands. The completely colorless combination consisted of a top with statement rows of buttons on the sleeves and a three-quarter length skirt. The Princess of Wales combined her outfit with camel-colored pumps and large, elegant pearl earrings as well as a beige Mini Holly Bag from Tusting. She kept the make-up subtle. Her long brown hair was styled in a loose middle part.
Princess Kate was a real eye-catcher with the elegant tone-on-tone ensemble; most recently she always appeared in trouser suits for public appearances.
The day before Kate's solo visit to university, she was in Birmingham with husband Prince William, where the couple hosted a youth mental health forum with BBC Radio 1. According to the British daily newspaper, 100 young people came together at the event and discussed how they deal with emotions. The royal couple spoke to them and Alex George (32) - former "Love Island" contestant, doctor and British ambassador for youth mental health - about the challenges of the younger generation.