Ready for business! Kate Middleton cut a chic figure in a £ 175 silk blouse by Michael Kors to make a video call with Prince William on International Men's Day
- Kate Middleton  took part in the International Men's Day together with Prince William 
- The Duchess of Cambridge wore a £ 175 silk blouse by Michael Kors for a virtual appearance
- The mother of three has worn the designer brand regularly for visits in the past
The Duchess of Cambridge looked ready for business in a designer shirt as she joined Prince William for a virtual appearance on International Men's Day.
Kate Middleton, 38, was usually polished in Michael Kors' £ 175 silk blouse, and the Duke, 38, spoke to a group from Future Men, a London-based charity that advised men and boys on a video call from the living room from Kensington Palace.
The king opted for a flattering shirt from the American designer with an eye-catching medallion print.
The video call comes as the Duchess prepares to release the results of her landmark national survey on early childhood development, which is expected in the next few days.
Kate Middleton, 38, looked typically polished as she donned a £ 175 Michael Kors silk blouse for a virtual appearance with Prince William, 38, on International Men's Day
For the occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a new shirt from the renowned American designer
Kate wore her bouncy brunette locks styled in her signature side parting and opted for minimal makeup as she sported a simple smoky eye.
In the meantime, her shirt has details along the yoke and trendy puffed sleeves to give it a feminine finish.
She combined the lively shirt with relaxed black trousers for the virtual appearance.
The Queen has regularly chosen the American designer in the past, choosing a Michael Kors dress when she was working in a maternity hospital in London.
The Duke and Duchess spoke to men from Future Men, a London-based charity that provides advice to men and boys on a video call from the living room of Kensington Palace
Meanwhile, she wore a similar £ 215 design from the label when she brought Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte [five] to their first day of school last September.
The Duchess looked relaxed as she spoke to Future Men from her London home at Kensington Palace over the weekend.
Future Men offers a range of courses that help with various aspects of fatherhood, from improving father-child relationships to teaching practical and emotional approaches to help men take care of themselves, their partner, and their baby.
The men described their experiences of fatherhood from dealing with their child's sleep patterns to being a positive role model when Kate asked them about the challenges of family life, especially during lockdown.
Kate has worn the brand many times in the past, picking up a £ 190 Michael Kors when she met staff on her two-day visit to the maternity ward at Kingston Hospital last year
When one of the fathers said he knew many men who didn't know about Future Men paternity courses but were interested, Kate said it was a shame that similar services weren't more widespread.
The Duchess stated, "Fathers play such an important role that it shouldn't be bad to ask for help and advice."
The gig comes after the couple announced that they were left "heartbroken" by the death of their family dog Lupo.
The Duchess also wore the designer when she took Princess Charlotte, six, with her for her first day of school last year
They shared the news with their 12 million Instagram followers and wrote: “Very sad that our dear dog Lupo passed away last weekend. He has been the heart of our family for nine years and we will miss him so much. – TOILET & # 39 ;.
The English cocker spaniel was bred from a dog owned by Michael and Carole Middleton, Kate's parents.
It was presented to Will and Kate as a wedding present in 2011 and is believed to have helped them find a name for Prince George.