Kate Middleton stuns in pink suit on Foundling Museum visit
Kate Middleton looked radiant today in a pink suit as she visited the Foundling Museum in London.
The Princess of Wales wore a smart Alexander McQueen three piece for the royal engagement.
She finished the outfit with a £90 white belt by luxury London-based designer Camilla Elphick and matching shoes.
The mum-of-three – who is a patron of the Foundling Museum – is visiting the Museum in London to meet those with lived experience of the care system, as well as with foster carers and adoptive parents to hear about their experiences.
She’s also chatting with care leavers who are being supported by the Museum, before spending time with adoptive parents and foster caregivers to discuss the lifelong impact that positive, supportive relationships can have for children and young people.
Kate will be joined by Shaping Us champion, Professor Green, who himself was brought up in kinship care.
It’s another Barbiecore look for Kate this week, who also recycled a pink midi ME+EM dress on Monday.
Last year, Kate visited The Foundling Museum in a blue-on-blue ensemble, including a mid-length coat over navy separates.
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