Kate Middleton looks fabulous in florals for surprise outing

Kate Middleton looks fabulous in florals for surprise outing

 Kate Middleton  is back! The Duchess of Cambridge returned to royal duties in London on Tuesday with a surprise outing alongside  Prince William . The royal mom of three looked fabulous in a floral ensemble for her visit to London Bridge and Whitechapel. Kate recycled her rose red Beulah London “Calla” shirt dress, which she wore in May. The Duchess completed her look with her floral Amaia mask, Ralph Lauren pumps and a new pair of Missoma earrings, while styling her glossy locks down in loose waves.

Kate Middleton wore a floral print dress and face mask on Sept. 15©HENRY NICHOLLS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images
Kate Middleton wore a floral print dress and face mask on Sept. 15

William and Kate visited communities, businesses and individuals in London Bridge and Whitechapel to thank those who have gone above and beyond to help others amid the COVID-19 pandemic. During their visit to East London, the couple put on aprons as they tried their hands at bagel making at the famous Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery. While putting the finishing touches on his dough ball, Elias Cohen, whose father Amnon founded the bakery in 1974, told the Duke: “Not bad. I think Kate wins!” “We’ll go with that,” William laughed. “The usual story.” Kate acknowledged that she had “beginner’s luck.” She said, “Just wait until you see the aftermath! I had beginner’s luck. They are getting worse!”

Tuesday’s outing also included a visit to the East London Mosque and London Muslim Centre, where volunteers have played an important role in supporting members of their community by helping to deliver warm meals, food and medication to the most vulnerable.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kneaded dough at the Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery©Getty Images
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kneaded dough at the Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery

 Prince George ’s parents also paid a visit to the London Bridge Jobcentre. The Duke and Duchess spoke with customers, staff and employers about the difficulties involved in helping people find work amid the pandemic. The couple met Lloyd Graham, community engagement manager for the construction company Keltbray. Lloyd told the royals about how the firm is offering Higher Degree apprenticeships and is demolishing local buildings for the redevelopment of the Elephant and Castle area. “The children, especially  Louis  would love to come and watch that, to see the diggers, they love it,” William said. Kate added, “Don’t forget  Charlotte ! She’d love it too.”


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