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Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out in color-coordinated outfits for a series of engagements in Liverpool earlier today, their first since Prince Harry's bombshell memoir, Spare, hit bookshelves.
Putting up a united front, the Prince and Princess of Wales traveled to the north of the country wearing navy and green ensembles. Kate looked stylish in a $440 navy knit dress from Cefinn, which she teamed with a matching belt and suede pumps. She tied her look together with a tartan Holland Cooper coat and carried a forest green Mulberry top handle purse. William, for his part, opted for a green sweater styled over a collared shirt and paired it with a navy suit and brown shoes.
The couple was in town to carry out a number of engagements related to healthcare and mental health services across the U.K. “Their royal highnesses will meet healthcare staff and thank them for their ongoing contributions throughout the winter months,” Kensington Palace said in a statement. “The Prince and Princess will continue their longstanding work on mental health by shining a spotlight on the support provided by a local mental health charity to young adults in the area.”
Today's outing comes just two days after the release of the Duke of Sussex's autobiography, in which he made a myriad of shocking allegations about his brother and sister-in-law, as well as several other members of the royal family. At one point, during their visit to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, the pair were asked by a reporter to comment on Harry's book. William did not respond and remained to keep his composure while meeting with representatives of the hospital. Judging by their reaction today and the fact they still haven't responded, the royals will be sticking to their long-famed motto of "never complain, never explain."
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