New school, familiar look.
Kate Middleton and Prince William recently moved from London to Windsor, and ahead of the Duke of Cambridge traveling to Balmoral to be at Queen Elizabeth II’s bedside after doctors expressed concerns for her health, the couple joined their children for a “settling in” afternoon at their new school Wednesday.
The duchess, 40 — who stayed behind in Windsor with the kids as her husband flew to Scotland — chose a brown polka-dot dress by Rixo while holding hands with sons Prince George, 9, and Prince Louis, 4, both of whom wore matching smart navy uniform shorts with checked button-up shirts.
The button-front shirt dress, which is made from sustainable viscose, features three-quarter sleeves and a drop waist, and is also available in a white version with black polka dots.
The brown outfit was a departure from the usual matching “Cambridge blue” looks the duchess and company usually sport for family outings, but Prince William, 40, did his part to keep the twinning vibes going.
The proud dad coordinated with his kids in a navy blazer and trousers with a light blue button-up, holding hands with Princess Charlotte, 7, who looked adorable in her blue collared uniform dress.
George, Charlotte and Louis attended their first official day at the prestigious Lambrook School in Windsor today following yesterday’s preview event for new students.
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