Royals between the aisles of a conventional supermarket? Hard to imagine, but it became a reality at Princess Kate's (41) last appointment. Prince William's wife (40) visited a branch of the English supermarket chain "Iceland" in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, as part of her new "Shaping Us" campaign and showed up in a casual look of jeans and a white blazer. The latter came from the fashion house Zara and is available in Germany for 65.95 euros.
In front of one of the many freezers, Kate spoke to Chair Richard Walker about important issues such as how important early childhood is to a person's development and how entrepreneurs can help children and young people get started in the workforce.
Kate has been dealing with these same issues for many years. Kate attended an event in London earlier this week for her Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood, to which the campaign belongs. There she presented, among other things, a new task force dedicated to early childhood development.