Duchess Meghan reunited with her collaborators at the Hubb Community Kitchen on Wednesday morning (Nov. 21) in a gorgeous burgundy ensemble, and just 25 minutes away her sister-in-law was royally coordinated in a berry-hued suit for a visit to University College London. The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant in her Paule Ka design as she met with Professor Eamon McCrory, Co-Director of the Developmental Risk and Resilience Unit, to learn more about the affects of trauma on young brains.
Kate paired the pretty suit with a black turtleneck, dark tights and her Tod's suede pumps. She wore a pretty ribbon in her hair, Asprey London's Oak Leaf earrings in her lobes and carried a Mulberry clutch. The duchess topped the look off with her usual embellished eye, rosy cheeks and pink lip. And it's another royal rewear! The 36-year-old previously donned the design once in 2012 with a camisole underneath and again in 2017 styled much like today.
There were more than a few similarities between Kate and Meghan's looks. While the mother-of-three wore a suit and her pregnant sister-in-law wore a dress, the hemlines on each of their berry-hued designs were shorter than usual, falling above the knee. They were also both clad in black tights to keep the chill at bay, though the Duchess of Sussex anchored her look with leather Givenchy booties. Finally, they both styled their hair in ponytails tied at the crown - Meghan's with a strand of hair and Kate's with a pretty bow.
Prince William's wife stepped out for a cause close to her heart - the mental and emotional health of children. While at UCL's Developmental Neuroscience Lab, she was able to learn about cutting-edge research into the development of children's brains, both socially and emotionally, and see the MRI Scanning Facility that helps with these studies. She also participated in a roundtable discussion and met members of Professor McCrory's team.
Meghan had a beautiful reunion with the women she'd come to know over the first half of this year as she learned about their resilience following the Grenfell Tower Fire and worked with them to create Together: Our Community Cookbook - her first solo charity project. The book has sold tens of thousands of copies around the world and raised more than $350,000, according to People, which has translated to a stunning new Hubb Community Kitchen facility and new community projects.