Kate Middleton sports $1,040 Gucci blouse as she plays with "diva" twins during visit to children's center
Kate Middleton looked stunning in the purple color silk crepe pussy-bow shirt which she paired with wide-legged Jigsaw trousers
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton was seen being friendly with two sets of twins while visiting a children's center in London Wednesday. Kate was seen meeting with "divas in the making" Kamina and Kashay and also Noah and Charlie while at the Henry Fawcett Centre in Kennington in London.
Middleton was seen wearing a new Gucci blouse estimated to cost around £790 ($1,040) along with a pair of high waist trousers estimated to cost £130 ($170), designed by Jigsaw. However, Middleton seemed to have put her own spin on the blouse and wore it back to front. According to the Gucci website, the purple color silk crepe pussy-bow shirt featured a row of small buttons on the back but Middleton wore the buttons on the front.
As a result of the switch, the seams on the shoulder and buttons on the cuffs did not quite sit as they should. The bow had been pulled around her neck and then fastened much looser and lower. It is unclear whether this was done intentionally or by accident. She finished off the look with the pair of wide-legged Jigsaw trousers and a pair of block-heels. In any case, her outfit seemed to be a great hit with style experts.
While at the children's center, Middleton swapped stories with parents and also revealed how Prince Louis has just started "bombing around" in his walker. Middleton was heard telling one mother, "Louis just wants to pull himself up all the time. He has got these little walkers and is bombing around in them." The mother of three, sat and spoke to families present there including the mother of twins Kamina and Kashay, Finesse.
Middleton was reportedly keen on finding out how the center had helped Finesse, who also has a 12-year-old daughter and a two-year-old son. Finesse shared: "I told her that I felt very isolated and how much it had supported me. It had enabled me to meet other mums and twins, which has been incredibly helpful. In fact, she asked me how it was having two at once and I told that it was double the trouble. In fact, I feel like I have got triplets given that I have a two-year-old as well. They are really little divas in the making!"
"She was asking about the best thing for us as parents and told us that for her it was getting hugs from her kids. She was just lovely, really down to earth. I never thought she would come down and sit with us, but she did. She just wanted to chat about what it was like to be a mum. She said that we all had our ups and downs as parents, regardless of who we are," she continued.
Middleton's outing follows her revealing she had been feeling "broody" when speaking to well-wishers in Northern Ireland. She was visiting the center to try and learn more about the amount of support that was being given to youngsters and families via the Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP). The LEAP was started in 2015 along with some help from the National Lottery Community Fund to test and find new ways of strengthening support services for families with children from 0-4.