The Duchess of Cambridge visited Nower Hill High School in London on Wednesday to build upon her extensive work on the Early Years.
She joined pupils for a science lesson studying neuroscience and the importance of early childhood development based on research from Oxford University’s department of psychiatry.
Later, The Duchess hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace for a group of Academy Trust leaders to discuss the innovative Oxford University research and the science curricular for secondary schools, like shown on the visit today at Nower Hill High School.
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The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge attended the Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Thursday evening.
This is the fourth time William and Catherine have attended the star-studded show in aid of the Royal Variety Charity, of which The Queen is Patron.
Tonight, Kate repeated the green Jenny Packham 'Tenille' Sequin Gown she premiered during the Royal Visit to Pakistan in 2019.
The Tenille gown from Jenny Packham's AW20 collection is decorated with shimmering green sequins and trimmed with eye-catching tonal crystal embellishments. The long silhouette is fashioned with subtle padded shoulders and a train hem.
The Duchess commissioned Jenny Packham to create a frame clutch featuring a matching green sequined fabric.
The heels appear to be the Emmy London 'Rebecca' pumps in Greenery Suede.
Kate finished the look with her gold Missoma Zenyu Chandelier Hoop Earrings.
Members of the royal family gathered for the annual National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London on Sunday morning.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the ceremony and watched the service from the Foreign Office central balcony alongside Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, and Sophie Sophie, The Countess of Wessex.
Catherine repeated the custom Alexander McQueen military-inspired jacket she first wore for the 2018 Service of Remembrance.
The Duchess debuted the Lock & Co Tiffany Drop-Brim Hat in black. This is a style she already owns in Navy.
The black leather gloves appear to be the same pair we first saw her wear during the 2020 Royal Train tour. They remain unidentified.
Kate accessorized with Princess Diana's Collingwood diamond and pearl drop earrings, and she and topped off the look with three paper poppy pins and a Royal British Legion Crystal Flower Brooch (£19.99).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Festival of Remembrance on Saturday evening.
The Festival commemorates all those who have lost their lives in conflicts and it is usually attended by the Royal Family. It is organized by the Royal British Legion and is held annually on the eve of Remembrance Sunday.
William and Kate joined Prince Charles, and other senior members of the Royal Family at London's Royal Albert Hall for the British Legion's traditional televised service.
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JEWELLERY: Princess Diana's Collingwood diamond and pearl drop earrings, and Diana’s three-strand pearl bracelet.
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Kate combines Blackwatch coat and forest green separates to mark 100 years of the Royal British Legion
To mark Remembrance and 100 years of the Royal British Legion, The Duchess of Cambridge met 98-year-old veteran, Colonel Blum, and 10-year-old Cub Scouts, Emily, to discuss the vital importance of Remembrance across generations.
You can watch the full conversation via YouTube.
The Duchess joined in to make some paper red poppies - a symbol of Remembrance adopted by the Royal British Legion in 1921.
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