Kate Middleton isn’t letting the current pandemic stop her from conducting her royal duties—and she’s doing it in style.
Middleton, along with her husband, Prince William, conducted a video chat with the children of medical professionals who are helping battle COVID-19.
On Wednesday, the duo made a call to Casterton Primary Academy, a school in northern England where the kids of essential workers are being cared for during these difficult times. During their chat, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with students attending the academy (who showed off their Easter-themed projects and drawings of their loved ones), as well as the staff, whom they thanked for their hard work and dedication. Lucky for us, Kensington Palace shared the video on their official Instagram account.
For the occasion, the duchess opted for a mustard jumper with puff sleeves from Zara and gold Catherine Zoraida earrings. We even got a quick glimpse of what looks like blue jeans in the short clip.
Unfortunately, the yellow jumper is currently sold out (we found a similar one from the brand, here). However, the Fern Drop Earrings (which are made of 18ct gold plated silver) are still available online. “As seen on HRH The Duchess of Cambridge,” the Catherine Zoraida website description reads. “Length of leaf approximately 3cm. Also available in silver.”
Yup, we officially need to step up our Zoom attire.