In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, the Princess of Wales traveled to Bath on Tuesday, bringing cheer in one of her most striking looks ever.
The 41-year-old Princess Catherine spent time with staff from the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust meeting with the young people the organization helps and learning how they have improved their ability to express their feelings, develop resilience, and support good mental health and wellbeing.
The wife of Prince William brightened Bath as she stepped out in a marigold-yellow blazer and crisp white cigarette pants. She was perfectly attired for the occasion.
A cream ribbed top was tucked into Princess Catherine’s figure-hugging pants, which she dressed down with her beloved Veja trainers, which cost £120.
The royal highlighted her ageless glow with a rose-tinted blush, copious amounts of mascara, and peachy-toned lipstick, letting her famous brunette tresses fall past her shoulders in tumbling curls.
The Princess of Wales’ eye-catching yellow outfit suggests that she took fashion cues from the late Queen Elizabeth II’s wardrobe. Her Majesty was renowned for her colorful wardrobe, and her 70-year reign has come to be associated with her outlandish attire and technicolor tailoring.
The Duchess of Edinburgh, Queen’s daughter-in-law, once made a surprisingly candid remark about the monarch’s attire in the ITV documentary Our Queen at Ninety.
“Don’t forget that when she turns up somewhere, the crowds are two, three, four, ten, 15 deep, and someone wants to be able to say they saw a bit of the Queen’s hat as she went past,” Sophie explained. “She needs to stand out for people to be able to say ‘I saw the Queen’.”
Princess Catherine wouldn’t be hard to spot in a crowd if she were dressed in her sunny yellow outfit, according to royal fans. In order for every young person to succeed, double Olympic gold medalist Dame Kelly founded her national youth development organization.
In order for the professional athletes to impart their winning mindset and assist the schoolchildren in developing the abilities and confidence they need to succeed in life, it pairs elite athletes with young people who may lack confidence or have other issues.
Catherine arrived at the charity’s headquarters in Bath and will spend time with students from St Katherine’s School, who attend the On Track To Achieve program run by their athlete mentor, Paralympic gold medalist Liz Johnson. St Katherine’s School is located close to Bristol.
The royal, who is never afraid to participate, warmed up with the group of mostly female students in years 7 and 8.