Kate Middleton kicked off a two-day royal trip to Copenhagen today and landed in Denmark with style. The Duchess of Cambridge paired a bright red statement Zara blazer with black slacks and pearl earrings. She carried a black Aspinal London purse and wore black heels. The red and white ensemble was a clear tribute to the Danish flag.
As Hello! pointed out, the Duchess is in Copenhagen with the UK’s Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood to learn about the country’s work in early childhood development, as it’s a world leader in the field. Much of Kate’s royal work is centered around advocating for early childhood development research in the UK
In addition to stopping by the Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project at the University of Copenhagen, Kate also visited the LEGO Foundation PlayLab, where she got to have a little fun. Here she is, sliding and laughing during a more candid moment:
The visit comes after Kate made headlines for reading The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark for Children’s Mental Health Week on the British series CBeebies Bedtime Stories.
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In January, a royal insider spoke to Hello! about how Kate still gets nervous public speaking. “It’s not something that she relishes doing, at all,” the source said. “She’s not a put yourself out there, extroverted type of person, it’s just not who she is. But she knows it’s an important way for her to make a positive contribution and there are some times that you need to get out there and speak for things you believe in. She works really hard to make sure the words are her words and really prepares. So when people hear her speaking it’s genuinely what she believes. What you see is what you get.”
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