The Duchess of Cambridge wows in smart tweed suit for video chat with teachers

Francesca Rice
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From Good Housekeeping

The Duchess of Cambridge re-wore a smart tweed skirt suit on Thursday (4 February) as she took part in an important video engagement with teachers.

Kate was speaking to teachers during Children's Mental Health Week to hear more about the work of the charity Place2Be, which has been championing mental health for students and teachers in schools across the UK.

Photo credit: @KensingtonRoyal
Photo credit: @KensingtonRoyal

The Duchess asked a series of quick-fire questions, including how the teachers have been looking after their own wellbeing during the challenges of remote learning in lockdown.

Kate looked as elegant as ever for the video conversation, opting to re-wear a chic blue and white tweed skirt suit from Rebecca Taylor that she first stepped out in for the opening of Ronald McDonald House at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital in 2017. Her smart suit is one of those classic outfits that will never go out of style.

Photo credit: Samir Hussein - Getty Images
Photo credit: Samir Hussein - Getty Images

The duchess wore her dark hair up in a sophisticated smooth ponytail, and completed her outfit with a pair of subtle statement earrings, which appear to be the Missoma Rhodochrosite gold mini pyramid charm hoop earrings, £85, that she has also worn previously.

This was Kate's second appearance in celebration of Children's Mental Health Week, after she filmed a short video message in selfie mode last weekend while out and about on a country walk.

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