Kate Middleton and Prince William step out together in London, as they join poppy sellers on the London tube.
Kate Middleton and Prince William made their first joint appearance since Prince George’s christening today, as they joined poppy sellers at a London tube station.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spotted at High Street Kensington station, where they spoke with shop vendors and the public for around 10 minutes.
Showing their support for the Royal British legion’s appeal, the royal couple met servicemen and women who are busy selling poppies ahead of Remembrance Sunday this weekend.
Keeping things colour coordinated and effortless, Kate wore her red L.K Bennett coat, which she’s reworked on many public outings.
Today she teamed the calf-length coat with black tights and suede heels, while her signature blow-dry was curled into long, loose waves.
Kate and Wills will take a tour of the capital on a 1960s Routemaster Bus, meeting staff and volunteers taking part in the Poppy Appeal across the capital.
Prince George’s proud parents also welcomed Poppy Appeal supporters to Kensington Palace this morning, while Prince Harry accompanied Prince Philip to his annual visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey.
Prince William will then go on to the Royal Marsden in Chelsea, where he’ll watch two live operations carried out by the world’s leading cancer-specialists.
After today Kate Middleton will continue to support the Poppy Appeal until Sunday, whens he joins Prince William for a Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph in London.