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The Duchess of Cambridge has returned to carrying out royal engagements virtually during the second lockdown of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 38-year-old royal had a video call with Johannah Churchill, who is one of the finalists in Kate’s photographic competition, Hold Still 2020. Churchill’s portrait titled ‘Melanie, March 2020’ was recreated as a mural in Manchester, on 13 November.
During the call the pair were joined by Doctor Edward Cole, who was also involved in setting up a COVID clinic in London.
While it was unclear what the mother-of-three had paired the bright cardigan with, she paid extra attention to her hair, which was styled in bouncy waves.
Earlier this week, The Duchess was able to speak to Johannah Churchill, one of the finalists for #HoldStill2020, and whose portrait ‘Melanie, March 2020’ was recreated as a mural in Manchester as part of the community exhibition. pic.twitter.com/UpqH0k8cD8
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) November 15, 2020
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Those who want to emulate Kate Middleton’s style can do so, as the cardigan is still in stock.
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It features a scalloped-shaped crew neck collar, as well as long sleeves, which are slightly gathered at the cuff.
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The duchess’ call with Churchill and Dr. Cole, comes shortly after she spoke with Armed Forces families during Remembrance Week, which saw her wear a stylish Ghost blouse.
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