The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, visited The Foundling Museum and smiled radiantly in a beautiful pink ensemble. She wore a three-piece Alexander McQueen suit perfectly complemented with white earrings and a matching belt with pearl detailing. During her visit, she met the foster system’s care leavers as well as the foster parents and carers willing to share their experiences.
A message from a protester claiming that “Monarchy is child abuse” caused some disturbance while Kate was meeting with the care leavers supported by the organization. Nonetheless, Kate remained relaxed and happy, posing with staff outside of the museum and accompanied by a Shaping Us champion, Professor Green.
Kate’s Early Years project has been running for a long time, focusing on the early stages of a child’s development and the formative years. She wore light makeup consisting of a little blush and eyeliner, and her hair was styled into her go-to blowout for this engagement. Notably, she has worn this particular suit on multiple occasions, including during her visit to the Royal Institution last year.