The Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out for her first solo engagement since announcing her third pregnancy in September. She made an official visit to the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) in her role as Patron.
Kate became Patron of the LTA in December, taking over from The Queen who previously held the role for 64 years. The organization is the national governing body of tennis in Great Britain with a mission is to get more people playing tennis more often. Today Kate got to see a sample of their work at the National Tennis Centre in London.
Kate arrived ready for action in her Monreal London Side Panel Track Pants (sold out). She first wore the $325 track pants from the sports luxe brand in February 2016, for a tennis workshop with Judy Murray.
Today Kate teamed the pants with a white polo shirt (unidentified due to limited photos) and a new black jacket, the ‘Clarice’ by PlayBrave (£129). Thanks to @HRHDuchesskate for the tip!
On her feet she debuted the Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit sneakers US$190 (ID by @Japanese_Ginger).
The Duchess kept her jewellery to a minimum and wore her understated Kiki McDonough 'Grace' White Topaz and Diamond Stud Earrings. These old favourites have been MIA since March 2016.
She finished the look with with a Royal British Legion traditional paper poppy. I encourage you to visit the Royal British Legion Poppy Shop and buy a pin ahead of Remembrance Day!
Monday, Feb 19:
Kate will have her first joint engagement with Sophie, Countess of Wessex, as they host a reception at Buckingham Palace. The reception will showcase pieces created as part of the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange.
Wednesday, Feb 21:
Kate and William will visit Sunderland, in northeast England. They will officially open the Fire House, a new music and arts hub, where they will see music and dance performances from groups using the new facility. The Duke and Duchess will also visit the Northern Spire bridge over the River Wear, slated to open in the spring.
Tue, Feb 27:
Kate will visit St. Thomas’ Hospital to launch the Nursing Now campaign, created to raise the profile of nursing worldwide. She will visit a specialist ward, take part in a roundtable discussion and deliver a speech to mark the launch of the Nursing Now campaign. Later, Kate will visit the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to learn more about the ways to reduce newborn and maternal mortality rates around the world.
Wednesday, Feb 28: In her role as Patron of the National Portrait Gallery, Kate will view the exhibition ‘Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography.‘
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