On a rare outing without Prince William, Kate Middleton joins Prince Charles and Camilla.
Kate Middleton was spotted with her in-laws, Prince Charles and Camilla, visiting Trinity Buoy Wharf in London to observe the work of The Prince’s Foundation.
During a royal outing on Thursday, Feb. 3, Kate Middleton, 40, was the third wheel to Prince Charles, 73, and Camilla Parker Bowles, 74. The Duchess of Cambridge was accompanied by his father and stepmother to The Prince’s Foundation’s Trinity Buoy Wharf in London without her spouse Prince William, 39.
The trio had come to see the Prince of Wales’ educational organization, which he founded in 1986, run a training site for arts and culture.
Kate looked stunning in public, as she often does. In a grey coatdress, black stockings, and black shoes, the mother of three dazzled. Meanwhile, Charles was dressed in a blue suit with matching slacks, a blue and white tie, and black shoes.
Camilla, his 16-year-old wife, was dressed in a green coat dress and a white shirt. According to People, the three royals hadn’t been seen together since a February 2020 appearance at a military treatment center.
Kate, Charles, and Camilla were welcomed at the Trinity Buoy Wharf by Charles’ nephew Lord Snowdon, VP of the Prince’s Foundation, per People. They visited with students from The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts and graduates from Charles’ Modern Artisan program, according to reports. The trio allegedly saw a life drawing class and was shown how to make kilts and smoke silk.
Kate’s visit with Charles and Camilla came after a long day of rugby training. Kate met with England rugby players on February 2 and was pictured being lifted in the air in jubilation by some of the others there.
Kate will take over as the new Royal Patron of the Rugby Football League and England Rugby, a position previously held by her brother-in-law, Prince Harry. The Welsh Rugby Union has William as its Patron.
William, on the other hand, has been keeping a low profile while his wife is out and about in their native United Kingdom. In January, the Duke of Cambridge accompanied Kate to Clithroe Community Hospital.
They visited with hospital employees to learn more about their experiences fighting the virus, although they did take a little pause to pet Alfie, an adorable therapy dog.