On Wednesday, the Princess of Wales shared a memorable moment with her husband Prince William as they showed their eldest son Prince George around Eton College.
The day was undoubtedly bittersweet because it was the first step toward George’s departure from his family and enrollment at the boarding school, even though he won’t start there until he is 13 years old.
Catherine wore her green Cefinn ‘Petra’ dress, which she had previously worn to visit Nuneaton earlier this month, in photos of her day out and looked stylish but at ease.
She completed the look with her Camilla Elphick toe-cap slingback flats and wore her hair loosely down.
The photographs demonstrate that Catherine frequently reuses her royal wardrobe items for occasions outside of the public eye because the private moment was documented by an onlooker.
It happens after the Princess skipped Royal Ascot with other members of the royal family on Tuesday and went to the National Portrait Gallery wearing Self-Portrait.
Catherine wore one of her favorite tailored dresses from the high-end line, which gives the impression of a jacket and pleated midi skirt, to look sharp.
After a string of fashionable appearances, including Trooping the Colour and the Order of the Garter on Monday, royal fashion enthusiasts undoubtedly hope she will make an appearance at Ascot this week in yet another stunning outfit.
Young Prince George was dressed in navy shorts, a short-sleeved shirt, and black shoes for their Wednesday visit to Eton College. He stood next to his father, Prince William, who was wearing a blue jacket and a pair of navy trousers.
In 1995, George’s father enrolled at Eton College, becoming the first senior member of the royal family to do so. It appears that George will follow in his father’s footsteps. The renowned school was also attended by his brother, Prince Harry.
William can be seen in one memorable archival photo signing the official attendance book.
Currently, George attends Lambrook School in Berkshire along with his siblings, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
The Prince and Princess of Wales are typically photographed escorting their kids to the first day of any new school, which has given Catherine several “school run” fashion opportunities.
Every time the royal has been pictured walking hand-in-hand with her children to school while wearing a brand—from Michael Kors to Rixo—it has resulted in a massive sell-out.