The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge accompanied their three children for their first day joining a new school on Wednesday (7 September).
Prince William and Kate brought Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to Lambrook School near their home at Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, where they are now living.
The school held a settling in afternoon which the Duke and Duchess brought the children along to, and they also met with Headmaster Jonathon Perry.
Kate wore a brown polka dot midi shirt dress by Rixo (currently awaiting a restock online), with co-ordinating court shoe heels for the occasion.
Kate's exact dress is still stocked in black and white polka dots (at time of writing), as well as in another pink zebra print, although both are selling out fast.
Prince William opted for a relaxed navy suit and shirt without the tie for his children's first day back at school, in a very similar look to Prince George and Prince Louis’s new uniforms.
The Cambridge boys were dressed in short sleeved shirts and navy shorts with shiny black patent leather shoes. Princess Charlotte was wearing a check summer school dress with braided hair as she held her dad’s hand on the way into her first day.
Wednesday was the fifth time the Duchess has worn polka dots to public engagements so far this year, most recently opting for the print to attend the Wimbledon Championships in July.
For this year’s event, Kate wore a vibrant blue belted dress with pleated detailing, which she paired with a white Mulberry handbag and sling back heels.
For the 2021 Wimbledon Championships, the Duchess also arrived in polka dots.
This time, she wore the print a navy skirt, worn over a classic plain white t-shirt and dark blue blazer, with the same Mulberry handbag as this year.
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