It is with a big smile that Kate Middleton, 40, begins her first royal service of the year on Wednesday, January 19, alongside her husband, Prince William, 39. Visibly delighted, the royal couple paid a visit to the Foundling Museum in London in the morning. The museum tells the story of the Foundling Hospital. It is the first children’s charity in the UK, founded in 1739.

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Godmother of the museum since 2019, the Duchess of Cambridge was particularly radiant for this event. Indeed, the daughter-in-law of Prince Charles, 73, wore Accessorize earrings that did not go unnoticed. Accessories that cost £7, according to the Daily Mail. Elegant as always, the Crown Prince’s wife chose to wear a blue coat and a black polo neck. To complete this elegant and chic style, the royal put on her favorite pair of Jigsaw trousers for £130. Note that this coat was recycled by the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, since she had already worn it in the past. Its manufacturing mark has never been disclosed.

The first visit of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, was almost ruined

In accordance with museum regulations, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have put on face masks inside the building. The royal couple then listened to the stories of those who have lived in institutions. Unfortunately, a journalist wanted to put an ink stain on this whiteboard by evoking the drama of the royal family at Cambridge.

“Do you support Prince Andrew?” he asked. Only Prince William, father of Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, avoided drama by bending over and walking past without comment.

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