Kate Middleton went business chic once again as she and Prince William fist-bumped school children on a Royal engagement in Wales.
The Princess of Wales, 41, opted for a tailored pinstripe trouser suit for the visit to Cardiff to meet members of the Windrush generation and to celebrate the work of diverse community groups in the city. William, 41, and Kate were greeted by cheering school children when they arrived at Grange Pavilion close to the city centre for an event marking the start of Black History Month.
The popular Royal couple shook hands with some young fans – while giving others a little fist-bump or a high five. As they met the youngsters, who were waving flags from Wales and other nations around the world, William seemed particularly mesmerised by a young pupil's headband which featured two pink pom poms.
While in Cardiff, the Prince and Princess of Wales were set to meet members from the Windrush Cymru Elders, Black History Cymru 365 and the Minority Ethnic Youth Forum for Wales to hear about the contribution of the Windrush generation to the Welsh community. This year marked the 75th anniversary of the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush to the UK.
The ship carried hundreds of passengers from the Caribbean who, alongside people from other parts of the Commonwealth, came to the UK to fill post-war labour shortages.
William and Kate were also set to learn about how young minority ethnic residents are creating positive change in Wales.
The Grange Pavilion is a partnership project between Grange Pavilion Project, Grangetown Community Action, Cardiff University and Cardiff Council which saw the organisations redevelop a previously vacant bowls pavilion into a community facility.
The space now offers a community cafe, employment and training opportunities and has become a key meeting place for some of the groups the Prince and Princess will meet.
Later on in the day, the Prince and Princess of Wales were set to visit a local school to hear about the range of opportunities it offers pupils in the curriculum and the work it has been doing around the Windrush generation.
Princess Kate has put in a number of stylish displays on Royal engagements of late. Last month she won praise from Royal watchers on a trip to The Orchards special educational needs centre in Kent thanks to her stunning outfit that featured a red textured double-breasted blazer from Zara teamed with black trousers, a beige top and Boden shoes.
Earlier in September Kate stunned in an emerald green trouser suit as she visited a Leeds textile mill that was once owned by her family. She travelled to AW Hainsworth, a family-owned heritage textile mill which was established in 1773 and previously owned by William Lupton & Co, which was founded by Kate's ancestors in the 17th century.
Also in September, the Princess was pictured looking sensational in a stunning camel Roland Mouret suit over a plain white top during a visit to the Streets of Growth charity in east London – whileWilliam was in New York unveiling the finalists for the 2023 Earthshot Prize.
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