Kate Middleton's fall wardrobe is proving that monochrome doesn't have to be so monotone.
Today, the Princess of Wales joined her husband, Prince William, for a visit to The Street, a youth and community center based in Scarborough, England. For the outing, Kate opted to wear an entirely monochrome outfit made up of a camel palette.
The ensemble included a midi-length turtleneck sweater dress, which she cinched at her waist via a warm caramel-toned leather belt. To keep warm, she coordinated in a sandy wool overcoat. The rest of her accessories were also a similar shade of light brown, including her pumps and mini handbag.
Meanwhile, William wore his favorite dark blue suit, this time layering his jacket over a maroon sweater vest and light blue collared shirt.
Both royals also wore red poppy pins—symbols associated with the United Kingdom's Remembrance Day, which falls on November 11. The vibrant flowers honor those in the military who died during conflict.
Today marks the couple's first joint public outing in weeks. People reported that the Prince and Princess of Wales took a brief break from royal duties in order to spend more time with their children, nine-year-old Prince George, seven-year-old Princess Charlotte, and four-year-old Prince Louis. The children's school, Lambrook, had given students a few days off from classes, allowing the family to spend some quality time together.
Other recent joint outings for William and Kate include an October visit to BBC Radio 1's Newsbeat for World Mental Health Day and a September meeting with volunteers who helped make Queen Elizabeth II's committal service at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle possible.
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