Kate Middleton made a quick change today when she swapped her purple Alexander McQueen coat for a chic blue suit to film with Kate Garraway for the Pride of Britain Awards in London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had previously attended the opening of one of the 112 Hold Still exhibition venues at Waterloo Station.
The photo contest, launched by the Duchess in May, invited people of all ages from across the UK to submit a photographic portrait they took during the lockdown.
Kate, 39, and William, 38, traveled on to St. Bartholomew's Hospital to speak to frontline staff, including Joyce Duah, a specialist oncology pharmacist at the hospital.
Kate Middleton made a quick change today when she swapped her purple Alexander McQueen coat for a chic blue suit to film with Kate Garraway for the Pride of Britain Awards in London
They were later spotted outside St. Bartholomew's Hospital, where they had traveled this morning to speak to frontline workers – they wore matching blue suits – and met the British hostess of Good Morning, Kate
38-year-old Kate Middleton looked effortlessly elegant today as she and 38-year-old Prince William kicked off their lockdown photo exhibition by hitting one of the subjects
They were later spotted outside the hospital – wearing matching blue suits – and meeting British hostess Kate from Good Morning.
The royal couple appeared to be interviewed for the Pride of Britain Awards later that month. This is the first time Kate has participated in the awards, while William last attended the ceremony in 2017.
Earlier in the day, Kate donned a simple monochrome outfit under her scarlet coat and paired a chic white t-shirt with a mid-length black pleated skirt and a pair of black heels.
The Royal comes with a small black leather Grace Han bag that comes with a price tag of £ 1,595.
Kate quickly changed clothes for this later engagement, wearing a bright blue two-piece suit with wide-leg pants and an asymmetrical blazer
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a light blue shirt under her navy suit, while William also wore a blue ensemble
GMB star Kate looked glamorous in a silk flower dress with long sleeves in shades of blue, purple and yellow
It could be that both William and Kate chose to wear matching blue to show their support for the NHS and to pay tribute to it
None of the Cambridges wore a face mask to meet Ms. Garraway, whose husband Derek Draper continues to fight coronavirus in the hospital after he was admitted in March
The royal couple did not wear a mask, most likely because the engagement took place outdoors
Kate had previously been accompanied by Prince William to meet at Waterloo Station on one of the subjects of her lockdown photo contest.
The Duchess launched the Hold Still community photography project in May, inviting people of all ages from across the UK to submit a photographic portrait they had taken during the lockdown.
The mother of three received more than 31,000 entries from members of the public in just six weeks and unveiled the 100 best images in a digital exhibition last month.
The Duke later donned a blue face-covering when he joined the Duchess at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London to start the nationwide community photography project "Hold Still"
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Contest portraits have now been shown in 80 cities and areas across the UK, bringing the stories of individuals and families back to their communities during the lockdown.
But she quickly changed clothes for this later engagement. She wore a bright blue two-piece suit with wide-leg pants and an asymmetrical blazer on a deep blue shirt – while William stayed in the blue suit he had been wearing all day.
GMB star Kate looked glamorous in a silk flower dress with long sleeves in shades of blue, purple and yellow.
It could be that both William and Kate chose to wear matching blue to show their support for the NHS and to pay tribute to it.
Neither of them wore a face mask for their encounter with Ms. Garraway, whose husband Derek Draper continues to fight the coronavirus in the hospital after he was admitted in March.
The Duchess got out of a car with a pretty flower face on her way to Waterloo before taking off her mask for the outdoor visit
The queen wore her soft, brunette locks in her usual bouncy blow dryer style and kept her makeup neutral for the royal visit this afternoon
Since he was hospitalized in March, Derek has been the longest person battling Covid-19 in the UK and remains in intensive care after several months in a coma.
In July, Garraway was welcomed back to Good Morning Britain after taking a break while her husband is sick.
The royal couple drove to Waterloo Station by car. The Duchess opted for a floral face mask for the trip before stepping out and removing the cover for the appearance, which took place outdoors.
Meanwhile, Prince William surprised the guests at the station's KFC when he waved to them through the cafe's glass window.
The mother of three wore her soft, brunette locks in a bouncy blow dryer for the visit and added a touch of glamor to her outfit with hoop earrings. She wore glamorous makeup with a pink lipstick and a dark, smoky eye for the event.
The Duchess was impressed this morning when she visited Waterloo Station in a purple coat to see a portrait from her hold still competition
The Royals met with the pharmacy manager, Sotiris Antoniou, during their visit to the hospital in London, where they discussed the work of frontline workers during the Covid-19 crisis
The Duke and Duchess came to the hospital along with pharmacist Joyce and their colleagues Amelia and Dipal to talk about the project and discuss the effects of Covid-19
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