The Princess of Wales stepped out in a high-street ensemble to meet with The Baby Bank in Windsor

Princess Kate channels ballerina energy in ballet flats and high street blazer

The Princess of Wales began her week with a visit to a place near and dear to her heart, The Baby Bank in Windsor, where she learned about the vital work the organization does to assist families in need.

Princess Catherine, 41, wore chic high-waisted cigarette pants and a cream ribbed top to look flawless for the poignant occasion. The mother-of-three added layers with her beloved double-breasted blazer from Reiss and slipped into a pair of functional yet stylish ballet flats to match her sophisticated sense of style.


Princess of Wales looked smart in ballet flats at The Baby Bank
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The royal wore a simple necklace, a pair of gold hoops, and her sparkling sapphire and diamond engagement ring, which was once owned by her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

She framed her naturally lovely features with her glossy brunette hair, styled in her trademark tumbling curls, glowing foundation, honey-hued blush, and fluffy brows.

The royal opted to don her well-known “Aila Wool Linen Blazer” from Reiss, a suit she previously wore in September while touring RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.


The Princess of Wales lent a hand at The Baby Bank in Windsor
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Princess Catherine’s best moments at The Baby Bank, Windsor


The wife of Prince William met with volunteers and helped to sort donations and pack referrals during her visit to The Baby Bank.

The Princess, who is a devoted mother to Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, has long supported baby banks and has visited many of them across the nation.

Additionally, Catherine organized 19 British retailers and brands to donate over 10,000 brand-new items to more than 40 baby banks across the country run by Little Village, Baby Basics, and AberNecessities in the summer of 2020.

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The Princess of Wales folded baby clothes
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Mum-of-three Catherine, 41, gained more knowledge about the organization’s efforts to assist families in need in the nearby communities of Slough, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Windsor, and Maidenhead.


The Princess of Wales lent a hand at the donation centre
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The royal was shown the mountain of boxes, bags, and piles of clothing, toys, and other supplies that The Baby Bank in Maidenhead had received.

The Baby Bank was established in 2015 by two mothers from Windsor with the goal of supplying necessities to families who are struggling financially.

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