Welsh prince and princess end formal mourning period with visit to Wales — what Kate wore

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The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Wales today.

It was the couple’s first visit with their new titles.

The official period of mourning for the royal family ended yesterday. The King and Queen will resume their official duties in Scotland next week.

The beginning of the day for the prince and princess RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) Holyhead Lifeboat Station Located at Anglesea, one of the three oldest lifeboat stations on the Welsh coast.

Many will remember Prince William and Kate Middleton’s first joint engagement in February 2011 on the Isle of Anglesey, which Middleton named Lifeboat.

Holyhead is also where the Duchess of Cambridge was the race starter for the August 2013 ultramarathon.

Returning to today’s event, we see the Prince and Princess inside the RNLI station.

Learn more about Anglesey The story of Victoria Ward Telegraph.

On Tuesday, they traveled to Anglesey, where they made their first home as newlyweds, and took Prince George and Princess Charlotte along for the Platinum Jubilee weekend.

According to sources, Wales held a special place in the hearts of princes and princesses. This is where Prince William’s parents took him to his first royal engagement at the age of eight.

from of the Times of London Talk.

When the couple arrived at the lifeboat station, they remembered that William had lived near Anglesey while he was a pilot for the RAF Valley-based search and rescue helicopter.

he said: Seeing where we were all a family unit feels like stepping back in time. ”

My favorite part of this engagement is when 4-year-old Theo Crompton sees the princess.

more from The Mirrors coverage.

The boy was overjoyed when he met Prince William and Kate today on their first excursion to Wales since winning their new title. When I visited the

He beamed as the schoolboy addressed the royal couple before meeting locals and staff in Holyhead, County Anglesey.

This is a quick video of Roya Nikkhah. Times.

Another photo of Theo with Prince and Princess.

When from wales online coverage.

The photo of 4-year-old Theo Crompton in his school tie and uniform presenting a bouquet of pink roses to Kate and meeting William is heartwarming. However, his mother explains that she hardly went to see the Royals today.

His mother, Rebecca Crompton, 35, said: And now he just met the future king. Today’s visit is history. we had to stay here. ”

The royal family spent time conversing with people, including representatives of small businesses and local organizations such as the Coast Guard and Marine Corps.

see more Simon Perry’s people paper.

The lifeboat station, just a few miles from where the couple once lived, has won 70 awards for its crew, who often fight stormy seas to help victims.

After visiting the lifeboat station, the couple took a short stroll to the Holyhead Marine and Cafe Bar to meet people from small businesses and organizations such as the Coast Guard and Sea Cadets.

another view.

from of BBC’s coverage.

Glennis Johnson, 73, who worked in the RAF Valley when the couple lived in Anglesey, waited for the royal family at the cafe. [Kate] They told me they remembered places they had visited on their travels,” Johnson said. “They said Anglesey was a happy place for them.”

The couple then traveled to Swansea on the south coast of Wales. st thomas church. (That is god save the king Church bells are playing in the background. )

A video of a prince and a princess has arrived.

St. Thomas’ Church is a redeveloped church “turned into a thriving community hub that offers a variety of services, including a food bank that supports over 200 people a week, a non-profit café, and a community training kitchen. Surplus food. Distribution network…” palace news release.

Reported by Simon Perry“William and Kate had an animated chat with a group of children from the 1st Swansea Eastside Boys’ Brigade and Girls’ Association.”

another view.

The couple met adults and teens volunteering at the church.from this denbi sharp press piece.

Inside the church, we met students from a local school and workers in a communal kitchen who teach parents and children how to cook.

William told one girl who was making cookies, “Kate is a very good cook.

“I make a very good breakfast. Bacon, sausage, eggs, you can do it.”

The prince and princess were introduced to volunteers and staff Swansea Baby Basics, an organization that collects and distributes essential items for vulnerable mothers. The princess also met 2-year-old Charlotte her Bunting.

A couple chats with Charlotte in a traditional Welsh ensemble.

The princess is said to have said to Charlotte: She has her folds today, according to media reports from Wales.

from daily mail Story by Rebecca English.

The cheeky toddler pulled out the blue knitted booties Kate had been looking at and handed them to her, then lifted her leg up to reveal her own adorable white Converse shoes to the royal visitor. and gave it to Kate.

As the couple chatted with Charlotte’s mother, Rachel, the little girl rattled, picked out a blue bottle of shampoo, and held it out to the princess. I took it off, opened it, smelled it, and let Charlotte smell it too.

Princess has been working with baby banks, including a project in 2020 that brings together 19 UK brands and retailers to collectively donate over 10,000 new products to more than 40 baby banks across the country.

The prince and princess spent time talking to parishioners.

return of wales online coverage.

The Royals are now meeting with members of the church’s congregation — the oldest congregation member is 98 years old. Princess Kate spoke about the importance of community service.

She added: Keep up the hard work.

Pat Hughes, one of the food bank women who sat at the table, said, “It was lovely chatting with the princess. It’s something we will never forget.”

Before the royal family left, little Charlotte had a gift for the princess.

It’s hard to tell from the picture, but Charlotte’s dress had a daffodil, the national flower of Wales, drawn on it.

And the princess hugged Charlotte.

Rebecca English of The Daily Mail shared the video.

The couple walked around outside the church.

from Denbighshire Press.

Bunting told PA news agency:

“They surprised us by speaking to everyone, young and old. It shows how fully committed they are to their roles as Prince and Princess of Wales.

of wales online Reporter covering the visit, Molly Dourik said,”Welsh Prince and Princess I really took the time to meet as many people as possible, shake hands, and thank them for their support. ”

Kensington Palace posted a short video of the Swansea visit.

Now, let’s see what Kate wore for her engagement that day.

We start with her bright red LK Bennett british retailer coat spencer style ($1080). Crafted from recycled wool, the single-breasted style features an oversized collar, patch pockets, gold hardware on domed buttons and pocket snuffle detailing.thank you very much to Emily When curly For quick ID of clothes.

piece is part of LKB Conscious Collection, the brand’s commitment to making ‘better choices to reduce LK Bennett’s environmental impact’. (you can learn Click here for details.)

It seems that the princess was also wearing Roland Mouret Axon Pants (sold out).

she carried her Grace Han Love Letter Handbag ($2213).

and wore her Russell and Bromley Blade Heels (£245, about $275 at today’s exchange rate) in black nappa leather with a pointed toe and chunky 4″ heel.

again, Aria Hoops (£79, about $85) Recycled 18K gold over brass by Welsh jewelers Spells of Love.

video:

wales online Offers 1:30 of Princess and little Theo.

Roya Nikkhah of The Times shared a nearly one-minute video of the princess and little Charlotte.

this royal family channel The video covers the RNLI visit.

The Royal Family Channel offers tons of Princess and Theo videos.

This final video covers our visit to St. Thomas for over 4 minutes.

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