Kate Middleton Looks Gorgeous in Green During Meeting With Norwegian Royals

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Kate Middleton Glows in GreenHandout - Getty Images

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Earlier today, Prince William and Kate Middleton spent time with Prince Haakon and Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, who are currently carrying out a two-day working visit to London. To welcome them, the Wales couple hosted the Norwegian royals at Windsor Castle.

The two royal couples posed for a photograph, with the Princess of Wales looking sophisticated in an emerald green Burberry suit with a matching tie-neck blouse also from the brand and the Norwegian princess wearing a vibrant red dress. William and Haakon, who are both next in line for the throne of their respective countries, kept their looks classic in navy suits.

According to Kensington Palace, all four discussed their shared concerns about the environment during the meeting. Afterward, William, Kate, Haakon, and Mette-Marit also met with representatives from three leading companies from Norway that are focused on green energy solutions.

William and Kate were first introduced to the Prince and Princess of Norway back in 2018, when the Waleses were in Oslo. Haakon and Mette-Marit were originally supposed to come to the U.K. last September but had to reschedule due to Queen Elizabeth II's passing. Haakon's parents, King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway, attended the state funeral service for the late monarch at Westminster Abbey.

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The royal couples’ during today’s meeting at Windsor Castle.Handout - Getty Images

Today's meeting comes after a busy week of engagements for William and Kate. On Tuesday, the pair traveled to Wales to visit communities focusing on mental health initiatives. Yesterday, the Waleses visited the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards in Windsor, where they took part in a parade to celebrate St. David's Day, which is a day of national celebration for Wales.

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