The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out this morning wearing a teal coat, a merino wool pullover, and skinny black jeans.
Kate Middleton made a special breakfast visit to the LEYF (London Early Years Foundation) Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-school.
Per a press release from Kensington Palace, Kate met with staff at Stockwell Gardens "to discuss the survey 'Five Big Questions on the Under Fives.'" The duchess is passionate about early childhood development, and has dedicated much of her time to learning to about the importance of education and supporting children and young people in their early years.
For her visit to the pre-school, the Duchess of Cambridge looked sleek in a smart teal coat. Underneath, she wore a long-sleeved merino wool pullover featuring a lace collar by Sézane, and a simple pair of skinny black jeans. Her black Russell & Bromley mid zip Chelsea boots are the definition of smart-casual, and are still available to shop.
Per Kensington Palace's press release, Kate heard "about the importance of nutritious food for a child’s development from apprentices at the LEYF Early Years Chef Academy, before helping nursery teachers to serve breakfast to the children." She was photographed chatting to a number of children during the visit, and looked ecstatic to be getting involved in breakfast time.
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