The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, to visit the local charity The Street, which deals with the mental health of young people. The Royal couple donated £345,000 from the Royal Foundation to the organization.
Kate Middleton came to the meeting with activists in a beige total bow – she was wearing a classic Max&Co cashmere coat and a turtleneck dress with a Boden belt. She complemented her look with a miniature DeMellier handbag, Ralph Lauren pumps and budget Accessorize earrings worth only five pounds.
Also, the clothes of the Prince and Princess of Wales were decorated with brooches in the form of poppy flowers — since 1921 they have been used as a symbol of memory of the fallen British servicemen. Memorial Day of the Fallen is celebrated in the countries of the Commonwealth of Nations on November 11.
Earlier, in October, Kate and William took part in a sports event at the London Olympic Park.
Source: Daily Mail.