Kate Middleton Suits Up in Alexander McQueen for Meeting With Early Years Experts at Windsor Castle

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Kate Middleton Suits Up in Alexander McQueenDaniel Leal - Getty Images

Kate Middleton looked ready for business earlier today at Windsor Castle as she met with several professionals to discuss the early childhood years, an initiative that is near and dear to her.

For the meeting, the Princess of Wales opted for her signature Alexander McQueen blazer in black, which she layered over a white blouse and paired with black trousers. She completed her sophisticated ensemble with chunky pearl drop earrings from Shyla London.

Kate was joined by a group of eight experts from across academia, science, and the early years sector, who she has chosen to advise her on the work of her Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. This was the first time she met with them in their role as her Advisory Group.

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the princess of wales meets with early years advisory group
Kate met with eight experts to discuss the early childhood years in Windsor Castle.WPA Pool - Getty Images

According to Kensington Palace officials, the group specializes in areas across neuroscience, psychology, perinatal psychiatry, and policy development, and will support the Princess of Wales "as work is accelerated to promote the fundamental importance of the first five years of a child's life."

Amanda Berry, Chief Executive of The Royal Foundation, said in a statement of today's meeting at Windsor Castle: "Working with such an eminent group of people is an absolute privilege. I know their advice and experience is hugely valued by the Princess, and the whole Centre for Early Childhood team, as we continue to drive awareness of, and action on, the transformative impact of the early years."

She continued: "The Advisory Group's support in our key areas of research, collaboration and awareness raising will be invaluable and I look forward to working closely with them to make a difference for generations to come."

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