Princess hosts Windsor Castle meeting of new advisory board – what Kate wore

The Princess of Wales opted for a previously worn style for a meeting with a new advisory board today.

of Emily Nash hello He posted a quick video to wish people

And from this hello Story by Daniel Stacey.

Kate told the group: “Today I just want to think and discuss what’s next. How can we continue this conversation?

“This campaign really tries and raises awareness of the importance of this problem. And kind of what we can do collectively to continue the conversation and what we do next. This campaign is really laying the groundwork for why early childhood matters.”

We are back hello pieces.

The Princess of Wales revealed she was “excited” about an upcoming campaign as she hosted her first meeting at Windsor Castle since she and Prince William moved to nearby Adelaide Cottage last summer.

Full details about the new campaign have not been released but Kate told the group: “I’m really excited for next week, there’s a lot coming.”

(The princess hosted a reception at Windsor Castle last September.)

After the meeting, Kensington Palace tweetedAn insightful first meeting with us @early childhood The advisory group discusses a shared passion for the extraordinary impact of the first five years of life and its role in shaping us. Very exciting things ahead…!”

In this video about the meeting, you can hear the princess talking about being “nervous and excited” about the panel.

Now see what Kate wore to today’s meeting.

All the styles worn by the princess have been seen before: Alexander McQueen tuxedo jacket (no longer available), Holland Cooper bodysuit (£149), and Roland Mouret ‘Axon’ trousers (no longer available).

She accessorized with Shyla London Chunky Knot Baroque Pearl Earrings (£72), first seen during a trip to Boston last December.

Below, another photo from today’s engagement.


Also today, more details about May’s coronation plans. The following information is from Kate’s calendar page.

  • Saturday 6th May: Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey.
    • Their Majesties the King and Queen Consort will arrive at Westminster Abbey in procession from Buckingham Palace, known as ‘The King’s Procession’.
    • After the service, Her Majesty will return to Buckingham Palace in a larger ceremonial procession, known as the ‘Coronation Procession’. Other members of the royal family will join their majesties in this procession.
    • At Buckingham Palace, The King and The Queen Consort, along with members of the Royal Family, will appear on the balcony to conclude the day’s formal events.
  • Sunday, May 7: Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle And Coronation Big Lunch
    • The Coronation Concert will bring together global music icons and contemporary stars in celebration of the historic occasion; Performances will be supported by staging and effects located on the East Lawn of the Castle. The centerpiece of the Coronation Concert, ‘Lighting Up the Nation,’ will see the country join together in celebration as iconic locations across the United Kingdom are lit up using projections, lasers, drone displays and lighting.
    • Neighbors and communities across the United Kingdom are invited to come together to share food and fun at the Coronation Big Lunch in an act of nationwide celebration and friendship.
  • Monday, May 8: Big help out
    • The Big Help Out will take place on Monday, 8th May 2023 and is being organized by The Together Coalition and a wide range of partners from across the United Kingdom such as The Scouts, Royal Voluntary Service and faith groups. The Big Help Out will highlight the positive impact volunteering has on communities across the country.


I leave you with the happy news of Princess Eugenie. Yesterday she posted on her Instagram page that she and her husband Jack Brooksbank are expecting their second child.

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