Duchess Kate wears a black and white check blazer in South London

Duchess Kate loves simple, classic styling, and there’s nothing more classic than a blazer.

The Duchess of Cambridge traveled to the London Borough of Southwark to meet parents and children from PACT (Parents and Children Together), a community organization which seeks to improve the health and development of children and their carers, a a cause that is close to the heart of the royal. Kate met members and volunteers at their weekly MumSpace meeting, which aims to create a support network for parents raising babies and toddlers.

For the outing, Kate paired her black and white check blazer with a plain black top and black tapered pants by LK Bennett. Accessories included a black and gold belt, a blue pendant necklace by Astley Clarke, a stainless steel watch by Cartier, pearl earrings and a diamond ring by Annoushka, and black suede pumps by Gianvito Rossi.

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london, england february 08 catherine, duchess of cambridge interacts with children during a cooking workshop at pact parents and children together in southwark on february 8, 2022 in london, england the duchess will meet volunteers and participants from the weekly mumspace group of pact southwarks which provides a welcoming space where local parents can discuss relevant issues and resolve issues they face photo by alastair grant wpa poolgetty images

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“One of the key takeaways was how local support networks are a fundamental principle in giving parents the confidence and resilience to support their children,” the king’s office at Kensington Palace said about of the visit, by People. “It’s a great example of best practice for leveraging the power of communities to support each other.”

london, england february 08 catherine, duchess of cambridge interacts with children during a cooking workshop at pact parents and children together in southwark on february 8, 2022 in london, england the duchess will meet volunteers and participants from the weekly mumspace group of pact southwarks which provides a welcoming space where local parents can discuss relevant issues and resolve issues they face photo by alastair grant wpa poolgetty images

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london, england february 08 catherine, the duchess of cambridge speaks with a representative as she arrives for an official visit to the pact parents and children together in southwark on 8 february 2022 in london, england the duchess will meet volunteers and participants of the pact southwarks mumspace weekly group, which provides a welcoming space for local parents to discuss relevant issues and resolve issues they face photo by alastair grant wpa poolgetty images

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The Duchess, who launched the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood, is a known champion of early childhood development.

“Our first five years have laid important foundations for our future,” Kate wrote in a letter last June while announcing the center’s first inaugural report, titled Big Change Starts Small. “This period is when we first learn to manage our emotions and impulses, to care about ourselves and to empathize, and therefore ultimately to establish healthy relationships with ourselves and with others. “

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