The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared in a video message that aired during a virtual event for Time To Change - a campaign to end mental health stigma.
William and Kate thanked people involved with the campaign.
The Duchess wore a black turtleneck top, and the only identifiable piece is the Orelia Gold Chain Huggie Hoop Earrings.
On the National Day of Reflection, one year since the first lockdown in the UK, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took part in a moment of reflection at Westminster Abbey to remember all those who have lost their lives as a result of the pandemic over the last twelve months.
Prince William lit a candle and Duchess Kate left daffodils after a minute’s silence in the Shrine of St Edward the Confessor.
William and Kate also visited the coronavirus vaccination centre at Westminster Abbey to pay tribute to the efforts of those involved in the Covid-19 vaccine rollout.
The Duchess looked ethereal in a winter white coat by Catherine Walker (ID by Caroline Parr).
It is the designer's 'Valeria' coat dress featuring scalloped edging and a delicate ivory floral lace hand-applied to the front of this soft wool coat.
Kate offset the pale hue with the same tan brown accessories she sported last Thursday for a visit to Newham Ambulance Station.
The clutch is the Métier 'Roma' Small Suede Shoulder Bag.
The brown suede pumps are still unidentified due to limited photos, but suggestions include the Jimmy Choo 'Romy 85' pumps, and the Gianvito Rossi 85 suede pumps.
The Duchess completed the elegant ensemble with her beloved Annoushka Baroque Pearl Drops and Kiki Diamond Hoop Earrings.
Next month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate their 10 year wedding anniversary! Their return to Westminster Abbey today must have brought back so many wonderful memories of their nuptials as they walked through the historic church.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Newham Ambulance Station in East London on Thursday to meet with staff and paramedics, and hear about their experiences and challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The London Ambulance Service has received funding from NHS Charities Together, of which The Duke and Duchess are joint Patrons, to enable them to continue to run their fleet of Wellbeing Tea Trucks, which provide hot drinks, snacks and the chance to have a break for staff and volunteers
COAT: Massimo Dutti Limited Edition Button Cashmere Wool Camel Coat (repeat).
TOP: NEW! Reiss 'Sophie' knitted roll neck top in Camel ($180).
HANDBAG: Métier 'Roma' Tan Brown Small Suede Shoulder Bag (repeat).
SHOES: NEW! Brown suede pump. Due to the limited photos available, it's not possible to make an accurate identification.
EARRINGS: KIKI Citrine Pear Drop Earrings (repeat).
FACE MASK: Amaia Reusable Cotton Face Mask in Yellow Pepper (repeat).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined world leaders in a video to send St Patrick's Day greetings from around the world.
Below is the full video of the Heads of Government messages for St Patrick's Day:
In the pre-recorded clip, the Duchess wore a new green boucle blazer.
The double-breasted jacket by Zara - thanks to Caroline Parr for the ID.
Kate aptly accessorized with her gold Daniella Draper Baby Shamrock necklace and matching charm hoop earrings.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited School 21 in London today following its re-opening after the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions across the UK.
The visit also coincided with the roll-out of Mentally Healthy Schools resources for secondary schools putting mental health at the heart of the school's curriculum.
COAT: NEW! MAX & Co Pink Runway Wool Coat ($445).
TOP: NEW! Boden 'Hambleden' Scallop Jumper in Azalea Pink ($90).
PANTS: Jigsaw High Waisted Sport Luxe Trousers (repeat).
HANDBAG: Jaeger 'Kate' Navy Quilted Bag (repeat).
SHOES: Emmy London 'Josie' Navy Block Heel Pumps (repeat).
EARRINGS: Orelia chain huggie hoop earrings (repeat).
FACEMASK: Amaia Reusable Cotton Face Mask in Pepper Liberty Print (repeat).
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