Prince William opted for a monochrome ensemble, consisting of blue trousers, a button-down shirt and a fitted jacket. On the other hand, Middleton wore a gorgeous Cala Rose Red dress by Beulah London.
The frock retails for $707 and features a collar neckline, button-down front, tie waist and cuffed long sleeves. In addition to rose red, it also comes in cornflower (light blue).
If the piece looks familiar, it’s probably because the duchess first donned it back in May when she appeared on a Zoom call for Heads Together.
The couple’s visit to the London Bridge Jobcentre was just one of many royal engagements on their itinerary. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also stopped by Beigel Bake, where they helped make bagels by kneading dough.
Although the royal family has been keeping public appearances to a minimum due to social distancing, the majority of their outings are designed to fuel the conversation about ways they can help give back to the community during these times of uncertainty.
Shout-out to Middleton for embracing recycled fashion.