The Duchess of Cambridge wore two stunning outfits for the group video chats.
Kate donned a blue and white chevron jumper, and also changed into a floral dress.
While the world quarantines amid the coronavirus pandemic, communication has primarily shifted online.
Kate Middleton is continuing to support the causes close to her heart from Anmer Hall, the Cambridge family home in Norfolk. This week, the duchess marked Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week by taking part in a series of Zoom video chats and conferences.
From speaking to the parents of a newborn baby, to discussing key issues with midwives, health visitors, and leading sector experts, the Duchess of Cambridge lent her voice to the crucial issue. In particular, everyone involved was keen to highlight the extra needs new and expectant parents may be facing during the COVID-19 crisis.
For the Zoom calls, Duchess Kate wore two chic outfits. As noted by @MiddletonMaven, Kate debuted Tabitha Webb's blue and white chevron knit sweater during part of the video call. The cute look is currently available to pre-order for £275, which is approximately $340.
The Duchess of Cambridge held video calls with midwives, health visitors, parents and leading sector experts ahead of the UK’s Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week. More details on the blog (link in bio).
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KatesCloset.com.au pointed out that the Duchess of Cambridge also changed into Boden's Aurora floral wrap dress for the video call. Sadly, the stylish outfit has since sold out. It's also not the first time we've seen Kate wear the blue and white flowery look. She was photographed in her Boden dress for the Cambridge Christmas card photo in 2019.
Basically, even in isolation, the duchess is staying chic.
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