For the first ever time since becoming the Duchess of Cambridge in 2011, Kate Middleton 37 has accompanied Queen Elizabeth II 92 for a joint solo royal engagement outside of the palace—just the two of them.
The Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge shared a cover in the back of the vehicle as they pulled up at King’s College London, where they are to revive Grade II-recorded Bush House.
The Duchess was exquisite in a dark Catherine Walker coat, accepted to be another bespoke expansion to her closet, which she cooperated with her new most loved £510 Gianvito Rossi square heels and a dark Mulberry grasp.
The Queen, plumped for a rose pink cashmere coat by Stewart Parvin and matching Rachel Trevor-Morgan hat with beautiful floral detailing at the brim.In 2012 the pair visited Leicester as part of the Diamond Jubilee tour but were joined by the Duke of Edinburgh. However, they did make individual stops on the schedule without him, including watching a student fashion show.
King’s College has played a major role in ground-breaking research, including the discovery of DNA and the work that led to the development of televisions and radar and mobile phones.