Kate Middleton Stylish In Jazzy £295 Blouse And Flared Trousers Style 70s Inspired

Kate Middleton stylish in jazzy £295 blouse
and flared trousers 70s inspired, as she stepped out at the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum
today. The Duchess of Cambridge has launched a landmark
survey on early childhood and is touring the country, as she hopes to trigger “lasting
change for generations to come”. Mum-of-three Kate has embarked on a 24-hour
tour of the country, visiting Birmingham, Cardiff and Surrey to raise awareness of the
poll, Five Big Questions on the Under Fives, thought to be the largest of its kind in the
UK. Duchess Kate has been quietly working on the
theme since her marriage eight years ago, dedicating the vast majority of her public
and private engagements to early years provision. And this afternoon, she showed off her maternal
side as she played with young children at a child-sized mini-city at a museum in Birmingham. Kate Middleton cut a stylish figure in a jazzy
electric blue £295 blouse as she joined a group of youngsters, health professionals,
parents and supporters of her project at Birmingham’s Thinktank science museum. The mother-of-three, who was launching the
next stage of her early years work, paired the silk blouse with £130 high-waisted Jigsaw
trousers, which she first wore during a visit to the Henry Fawcett Childrens Centre in Lambeth
last year. The Duchess of Cambridge completed her bold
outfit with a simple black belt and gold jewellery – including a bangle which she fashioned on
her right wrist. The natural beauty wore her hair in her usual
bouncy blow dry, and kept her make up natural for the occasion. Stylists have previously revealed how the
pussybow blouse, which has fast become a staple in Kate’s wardrobe, is an ‘edgy’ but conservative
piece for the Duchess. Kate Middleton, who is mother to Prince George,
Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, said: “I’m here today to help launch a survey
to hear society’s views about raising the next generation. “Parents, carers and families are at the
heart of caring for children in the formative years, so that is why I want to listen to
them. As a parent I know how much we cherish the
future health and happiness of our children. “I want to hear the key issues affecting
our families and communities so I can focus my work on where it is needed most. “My ambition is to provide a lasting change
for generations to come.” Speaking to FEMAIL, stylist Susie Hasler,
who runs Styled By Susie, suggested the neckline flattered ‘all shapes’ while remaining a more
edgy piece, making it an essential for stylish royals. The style could be a nod to Princess Diana,
who famously wore a white pussybow blouse along with a bold blue suit for her engagement
photographs. The royal opted for the look on several other
occasions, including for the 1985 Trooping the Colour parade. Susie revealed the neckline was ideal for
her elegant, yet girly, style, adding: ‘Kate is traditional and feminine with the clothes
she wears – that’s why she has her bow tied up.’ The royal has also showcased Tabitha’s designs
on several occasions, wearing her flower print Penelope dress for her visit to the tiny island
of Tuvalu on the last day of the nine-day Diamond Jubilee tour of the South Pacific
with husband Prince William in 2012. During the first stop of her tour, Kate crouched
down and interacted with youngsters in MiniBrum, a child-size version of Birmingham in the
museum. And as she chatted to parents, she said: “I
think the early years of life are the most important years, for life long health and
happiness. They help us avoid adversity, or certainly
builds resilience to adversity in later life – prevent challenges with mental later down
the line. “It is estimated that there’s a huge social
and economic cost to late intervention of £17bn in England and Wales. “The early years are more crucial for future
health and happiness than any other moment in our lifetime.” Kate has established a steering group of experts,
which first met in May 2018, to look at the issue of early years development of children. Her survey will run from January 21 to February
21 and it will ask those taking part five questions to find out their views about early
years. Jasmine Norris, assistant manager at St Paul’s
Nursery in the Balsall Heath area of Birmingham, brought eight children to the event and spoke
to Kate. She said: “I think early years is vital,
incredibly important. I think we help the children to move on into their future education,
and their lives. “We want them to be the best they can be
– we want to prepare them for life.” David Holmes, chief executive of Family Action
which has Kate as its patron, also attended. He said: “Every parent, carer and family
wants the best for their child, and raising the profile of the vital early years in a
child’s life is work of national importance. “The insight from this survey will give
the early years sector valuable direction in designing and delivering services and support
which reflect what matters most to people.”


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