The Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, made a striking entrance in a promotional video for the Shaping Us National Symposium held at The Design Museum in London.
The video, posted on the Prince and Princess of Wales’s X account, showcased Kate’s poised arrival and the preparations leading up to the event.
Kate’s Stylish Arrival:
In the video, Kate, aged 41, glided towards the stage entrance, showcasing her Gianvito Rossi heels and a chic burgundy power suit.
The contrast of her silhouette against the white walls added to the overall stylish effect, setting the tone for her upcoming keynote speech.
Kate’s ensemble, valued at £1,962.41, featured a maroon blazer from Roland Mouret (£750) paired with matching wide-leg trousers (£450). Adding a touch of brightness, she wore a £149 white shirt bodysuit from Holland Cooper clothing and accessorized with £72 pearl earrings from Shyla.
Her voluminous brunette tresses were styled in a sophisticated blowout, and her makeup was kept chic with dark eyeliner and pink lipstick.
The accompanying caption highlighted the significance of the Shaping Us National Symposium, bringing together cross-disciplinary leaders, child and adult specialists, and global thinkers to explore the growth, thinking, and behavior throughout life, building resilience for the future.
Preparation and Rehearsal:
Before the event, Kate was captured at a reception and rehearsing at the podium. Candid snaps showed her interacting with guests, including the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
Apart from Kate’s keynote, the symposium featured talks from notable figures, including Professor Jack Shonkoff, Sara Rajeswaran, and Professor Robert Waldinger. The event, hosted by Fearne Cotton, incorporated workshops to address actions for protecting and strengthening skills across generations.
Royal Foundation’s Initiative:
The Shaping Us National Symposium is part of the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood’s extensive campaign, initiated by Kate in June 2021. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the pivotal role early years play in shaping lives and is set to run for at least five years.
Kate’s Lifelong Commitment:
Described as the princess’s ‘life’s work,’ the campaign seeks to break the cycle of difficult childhoods and emphasizes the impact of the first five years on future wellbeing. Palace aides note that the project’s conception predates Kate’s motherhood.
Kate Middleton’s involvement in the Shaping Us National Symposium not only showcased her fashion sense but also underscored her commitment to the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood’s long-term initiative.
The event, featuring a diverse lineup of speakers, reflects the princess’s dedication to shaping a better future through early childhood development.