Friday, June 18, 2021

Kate means business! Duchess looks polished in a £255 blue LK Bennett dress as she arrives at London School of Economics in pouring rain

 The Duchess Of  Cambridge has declared 'the time for action is now' on the issue of early childhood development, describing it as the 'social equivalent of climate change'.Kate Middleton, 39, was speaking as she gathered a panel of experts at The London School of Economics to discuss the inaugural report of her new Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. 

Daily Mail

Arriving in a torrential downpour donning a chic LK Bennett pale blue dress and towering heels, Kate insisted she was not looking for a 'quick win' with her early years work, but wanted to take a 'holistic approach' to better prepare the next generation of parents.

Later the Duchess grinned as she arrived at Kensington Palace, carrying a colourful umbrella, to chat to parents in the cafe who have helped to shape her understanding of the importance of providing support for parents during the earliest years of children's lives. 

Wearing her brunette tresses in loose, glossy waves, the mother-of-three sported her usual natural make-up look and two necklaces - a Spells of Love double strand beaded satellite gold chain, priced at £89, and an Astley Clarke pendant. She also wore her diamond and sapphire drop earrings which were a gift from Prince William and originally owned by his mother, the late Princess of Wales, as well as a Halcyon Days gold Maya Torque in Aquamarine bangle.

Kate said she hoped her new institution would make it 'more common to speak about emotions and feelings', enabling adults to better understand how affection affects their own behaviour. Speaking during the roundtable discussion at LSE, she stressed she was 'really excited' to launch the The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, which will drive focus on bringing to light the extraordinary impact of the early years in order to transform society for generations to come. 

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