Kate Middleton returned to school on November 24, 2021. And it’s still true to herself, elegant and chic, that she does. Indeed, this Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge visited a secondary school in north London. In particular, she took part in a science class with grade 8 students. The group learned about neuroscience as well as the importance of early childhood development on the brain.
We know only too well, but Kate is always splendid during her official outings. She has not departed from this rule. Indeed, the wife of Prince William illuminated this day in the gloomy surroundings by adding colors. For the occasion, she chose a flashy pink coat from Hobbs. A coin that cost a whopping £ 299. She had also worn a turtleneck from the same brand worth £ 75. To complete her style, Kate Middleton chose tailored pants and suede pumps. An outfit that earned him all the attention when he left Nower Hill High School in Harrow.
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge recently invested in early childhood
The Duchess of Cambridge had said she found the enthusiasm and commitment of the children inspiring according to the Daily Mail. In fact, she devoted herself to a worksheet and asked the children to give their opinions on the subject. The lesson focused primarily on early childhood neuroscience.
Note that this is a subject in which the Duchess has invested herself especially recently. Indeed, through the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood, Kate aims to highlight the fact that what we experience in our early childhood shapes our brains. Which would explain why the relationships, the environments and especially the positive experiences at this stage are crucial.
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