With thousands of us across the country going into lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are, of course, doing the same.
- The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her lockdown style when she and Prince William did their first digital engagement this week.
- She perfectly teamed high street fashion with a stunning pair of earrings for a super sweet video call.
- This royal news comes after she made a surprising confession about her husband during the kind online gesture.
The royal couple are spending the social distancing period at their Norfolk home, Amner Hall, where their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are said to be thriving in the outdoor countryside space.
The eldest children’s school Thomas’s Battersea in London has closed its doors and so Duchess Catherine has reportedly been stimulating the kids with outdoor education in the form of pond-dipping and bird watching with binoculars.
But the future Queen consort took a break from relishing the great outdoors with her little ones this week, when she joined her husband Prince William in a video call to the children of Casterton Primary Academy, which is remaining open for the pupils whose parents are key workers.
The utterly adorable digital gesture saw Catherine teaming affordable high street fashion with a pair of classic, delicate earrings.
The mum-of-three’s downtime attire consisted of a bold, mustard yellow sweater from none other than affordable retailer Zara, costing just £29.99.
Sadly, the colourful jumper is no longer available to buy from the fashion favourite, but there’s some very similar alternatives out there.
Opt for a slouchier version of Kate’s vibrant piece with this V-neck sweater from Asos.
Or reach for a higher price point and steal the Duchess’ style with Boden’s gorgeous Cashmere Crew Neck Jumper in Tuscan Sun. Dreamy.
Naturally, Catherine made sure to add a touch of classy glamour to the outfit, including Catherine Zoraida’s Gold Fern Drop earrings, costing £165, in her look.
The Duchess wore her hair in a swept back, half-up-half-down do and sported a natural make-up look for the video call, during which she and Prince William praised the key workers and teachers for all they are doing for the country.