The Duchess of Cambridge continues with her schedule of public engagements by visiting two schools
Kate Middleton continues her schedule of solo public engagements today, with a visit to two schools in Oxford.
Wearing a now sold-out Birdie jacquard shirt dress by Orla Kiely, tights and a pair of oh-so-cute ankle boots, the 30-year-old was greeted by hundreds of well-wishers as she arrived at Rose Hill Primary School in Oxford.
At the school, Kate will join eight children who will be working on The Owl And The Pussycat poem by Edward Lear. Later on she will visit another Art Room project at the Oxford Spires Academy School.
With each public outing she makes, the Duchess is growing in confidence and today she happily chatted away to the public as she made her way into the primary school.
Kate is keeping herself busy while Prince William is away on a six-week call of duty in the Falkland Islands. Last week she travelled to Liverpool to visit The Brink and Alder Hey Children’s hospital, having already made a solo outing to the National Portrait Gallery a few days previously.