Kate Middleton Stuns In White Alexander McQueen Blazer Ensemble, Alongside Royal William

Kate Middleton and Prince William were next to each other for the inauguration of a monument at Waterloo station to celebrate Windrush Day, this Wednesday, June 22, 2022. We could see the statue of a a man, a woman and a child, in their Sunday best, a work by Jamaican artist and sculptor Basil Watson. The opportunity especially for Kate Middleton to once again offer the British people a faultless dress code. In an immaculate white blazer and trouser set, designed by Alexander McQueenthe Duchess of Cambridge was to die for.

With a Mulberry clutch, and superb Chalk earrings in her ears, her hair loose, placed wisely behind her ears, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis displayed a radiant face and a radiant smile. This Wednesday, with William, they spent their morning at Brixton House where they visited ELEVATE, a program for young people from the Caribbean community aimed at helping under-30s develop skills to break into the creative industries. They were very well received there by the future generation of British artists. And to their delight, Kate Middleton even lent herself to the game, camera on her shoulder. A new vocation for the future queen?

The speech of Prince William, future king

Then, the Cambridge couple joined Waterloo station where they attended the unveiling of the National Windrush Monument. A work symbolizing the courage, commitment and resilience of the thousands of men, women and children who traveled to the UK from 1948 to 1971 to help rebuild post-war Britain. Waterloo Station was chosen because thousands of people arriving from the Caribbean have passed through the station to start their new lives in the UK. The government funded this project to the tune of £1 million.

Prince William, heir to the English throne after his father Charles, gave a poignant speech. “Thank you for inviting me and Kate.he expressed himself. It is a privilege to be here with all of you.“He did not fail to thank all the Windrush generations, and their enormous contribution to British society. A king’s speech for those whose future is already mapped out.

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