The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited an ambulance station in east London yesterday, to chat to paramedics about their experiences of working on the frontline during the pandemic.
Kate and William have recently returned to London from Anmer Hall in Norfolk, where they spent all three of the COVID-19 lockdowns with their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, to begin more regular in-person engagements again.
Last week, they visited a school in Stratford. The Duchess of Cambridge was then spotted at the memorial for Sarah Everard in Clapham, where she laid flowers and paid her respects.
For their afternoon in Newham yesterday, Kate opted for tonal outfit in head-to-toe camel shades with matching muted accessories.
The Duchess of Cambridge's coat is one of her favourites: a double-breasted wool cover-up from Massimo Dutti which she's worn on several occasions.
Coincidentally, the first time she wore the coat was on a visit a children's children's centre in January 2020 following the Sussexes' decision to step back from senior royal duties. Now, a week or so after Harry and Meghan's sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey, the coat has made a return.
It's a limited edition piece by the Spanish mid-range label, which set her back £349 and, unsurprisingly, sold out pretty much immediately last year.
Kate's jumper though is more affordable – and still in stock. As she knows, a lightweight roll neck is the perfect piece for layering when the weather can't make up its mind.
Catherine's is Reiss' Sophie wool neck jumper in camel. It's made from a blend of alpaca wool so super-soft.
John Lewis currently have Kate's knit in stock in sizes small and large. It's also available in three other colours: black, blue and cream.
It's been a tricky few weeks for the royal family after Harry and Meghan's interview with Oprah aired. Last week, William spoke out in defence of senior royals and said he was planning to speak to his brother.
Since then a close friend of the Sussexes, US chat show host Gayle King, said that Harry and his brother have spoken but the call was 'unproductive'.
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