The Prince and Princess of Wales have stepped out in Cardiff to mark the start of Black History Month…..Read more
Prince William and Kate, the Princess of Wales have arrived for a joint appearance in Cardiff to mark the start of Black History Month.
The couple’s visit marks their joint engagement after both have stepped out recently for various solo trips.
Kate and William appeared in high spirits as they stepped together, with Kate spoting another smart suit.
The visit also marks the 75th Anniversary of the arrival of the HMT Empire Windrush to the United Kingdom.
While William ventured out to New York City last month, Kate undertook various solo trips, including to Leeds last week to tour the AW Hainsworth textiles mill.
Princess Kate appeared to be enjoying herself
During Tuesday’s visit, the couple will meet with members of the Windsrush Cymru Elders, Black History Cymru 365 and the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum for Wales at the Grange Pavilion.
William and Kate will have the opportunity to hear all about the incredible contribution the Windrush generation have had on the Welsh community.
In honour of Black History Month, the couple will also learn how the young ethnic minority individuals are helping to create a positive change in Wales.
Upon their arrival at the Grange Pavilion, Kate could be seen fist-pumping one of the youngsters greeting the couple in Cardiff.
The Grange Pavilion is a partnership project between Grange Pavilion Project, Grangetown Community Action, Cardiff University and Cardiff Council.
The venue has become the key meeting place for the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum, Windsrush Cymru Elders and the Black History Cymru 365 for Wales.
Kate’s outfit choice – a pinstripe suit – is a rewear from only a few days ago, when she debuted the look in Windsor.
Unlike her recent up-do, Kate wore her hair in bouncy waves framed away from her face.
The couple make their first joint appearance in a while
William will head to Singapore next month, but Kate will remain in the UK.
The Princess has decided to stay at home to support the couple’s eldest son Prince George, who has exams during the same week.
The Palace confirmed Kate’s plans last week, after speculation that she could miss the trip.