Kate Middleton visited Colham Manor Children’s Center
The Princess of Wales bet on a monochromatic look
She was lovely in an outfit 100% in green tones
Once again, Kate Middleton has shown that the queen of style is indeed her! After causing a stir in red with her favorite earrings, the Princess of Wales dazzled in a 100% khaki outfit that suited her perfectly. This Wednesday, November 9, as fans discover the fifth season of The Crown, the wife of Prince William went to Hillingdon in a center for children. It was with her broad smile that Kate Middleton arrived at the Colham Manor Children’s Center in the morning, where she spoke about the fundamental subject of maternal mental health and spoke with the staff who helped vulnerable mothers in this community. . For the occasion, she had bet on a monochrome outfit.
The Princess of Wales had indeed donned an elegant dark olive coat and a Khaki dress. And if you want a chance to look like Kate Middleton, you can. These two pieces are indeed for sale. It will cost 369 pounds to afford the same coat, signed Hobbs, and only 40 euros for the dress of the Duchess, which comes from Mango. To perfect her look of the day, the Princess of Wales once again donned her favorite pair of 550-pound pearl earrings from designer Kiki McDonough. On site, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis, very involved in the subject of mental health, did not hesitate to discuss with mothers and their children.
Kate Middleton: ‘No one is immune to anxiety and depression’
Kate Middleton then met with representatives of agencies working in perinatal services, including specialist psychiatric staff, midwives, health visitors and social workers. For her, it was a very important visit. A few months ago, in fact, Kate Middleton had made rare confidences about her mental health. In a video, she claimed that no mother was “immune from anxiety and depression”. “The birth of a child is one of life’s greatest gifts. But it can also be one of the most difficult times for many families. No one should face this alone,” said the wife of the Prince William, who rarely spoke about it.
“We all know that pregnancy, childbirth and the first months and years of a child’s life can be extremely demanding in terms of time and energy. Parents often feel lonely and overwhelmed in these early years” , continued Kate Middleton. And to add, serious: “Unfortunately, we also know that many others are suffering in silence. No one is immune to anxiety and depression during this period. It is therefore crucial that all those who might be struggling are getting the right support at the right time, so they can share those feelings without fear of judgment and can access the information, care and support they need to recover.”
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