The Duchess of Cambridge commemorated Holocaust Memorial Day with a special conversation with Holocaust survivors, and youth ambassadors from the Holocaust Educational Trust.
The Duchess spoke with holocaust survivors Zigi Shipper and Manfred Goldberg, who The Duke and Duchess met at Stutthof in 2017. The Duchess discussed the importance of remembering the atrocities committed during the Holocaust, and of championing younger generations to ensure that the stories of survivors continue to be shared into the future.
Kate looked elegant in a grey rib knit sweater and black trousers.
I believe the top may be the Alexander McQueen fine ribbed knit top (Was $851 - now $553). Kate's top has the same variation in the rib direction.
She accessorized with her Simone Rocha Faux-Pearl Curb-Chain Earrings, and a solitary pendant necklace. It appears to be the same one she wore for last week's video call with nurses in North Yorkshire.
We've had a couple of suggestions for the necklace. @TashaS1973 proposes the pendant may be a Whitby Jet gemstone from North Yorkshire. Whitby Jet has a historical connection to the royal family. When Price Albert died in 1861, Queen Victoria took to wearing Whitby Jet jewellery in remembrance of him, quickly making it the etiquette to accessorise the period's mourning dress with jewellery made from the gemstone. Below is a close match from W.Hamond - "The original Whitby Jet shop":
@LadyParky79 suggests it may be the Astley Clarke Pendant Necklace featuring a round table-cut semi-precious gemstone.
A reader suggests the Merci Maman Kindred Round Pendant.
ID UPDATE (10 Feb 2021): Based on better quality images from a video chat The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had with nursing students on Tuesday 9th February, we can clearly see the necklace is a match for the Astley Clarke Round Stilla Lapis Lazuli Pendant Necklace (£160).
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