Picked it on St. Patrick’s Daythe first to celebrate Kate Middleton as a Regimental Colonel and drew attention because it was not the expected green look, the symbolic Irish color. The tone that she wore that day is connected to the princess’s commitment to childhood and health through the campaign Shaping Us, of which she is an ambassador, whose corporate color is just that intense and vibrant bluish green. Such is her bond, that it has become one of her basics for this year. Bottom photo, Kate in St. Patrick’s Day.
The Princess of Wales is dedicated to giving visibility to this initiative in favor of healthy early childhood education. Throughout this year, Kate has worn looks in that greenish blue on several occasions, which marks her strong commitment to the project (photo below).
At the campaign launch Shaping Us The princess valued the importance of healthy education in the little ones from pregnancy to five years. “Early childhood shapes the adults we will become,” she said then. In addition, Guillermo’s wife invited mothers and fathers to learn “what we can do” to “help raise” “future generations as healthy and happy adults.”
In a work meeting in London this Tuesday, March 21, the Princess of Wales has urged economic agents to rethink about building healthy environments for children. In her intervention, Kate has emphasized concepts such as “improving communication”, “improving work relationships”, “increasing resilience”, “improving work-life balance” and also “reducing stress “. This time the princess has changed key and has starred in this meeting with a black and white look.
To stand out from the huge panel of the corporate color, he has opted for an American jacket combined with black skinny pants.