Today, Kate Middleton and Prince William wore matching blue outfits and buttons to show their support for the people of Ukraine who are currently going through distress following the Russian invasion of their country.
The Duchess wore an Alexander McQueen cashmere sweater in the same colour as the Ukrainian flag and accessorized with a flag pin with a white heart for a visit to London’s Ukrainian Cultural Center.
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From a photo that was taken of them today, we see the same button pinned to Prince William’s navy blazer, which he paired with a light blue dress shirt under a solid navy sweater.
Kate paired her cropped cashmere sweater with a previously worn pair of Jigsaw wide-leg navy trousers, and she accessorized with the Spells of Love Medium Twist Hoops, which she debuted on a visit to Wales on the first of March.
As the couple arrived, Kate Middleton clutched a brown paper bag, and it turned out she’d brought a special treat for the volunteers: homemade brownies and granola bars, as shown in a photo tweeted by Daily Mail reporter Rebecca English.
The royal couple assisted in the packing of donations and spoke with volunteers about their work at the centre, learning how British citizens can help Ukrainians both in Europe and in the UK.
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Before making this move, the couple expressed their support for the country in a message posted on their social media platforms last week.
“In October 2020 we had the privilege to meet President Zelenskyy and the First Lady to learn of their hope and optimism for Ukraine’s future. Today we stand with the President and all of Ukraine’s people as they bravely fight for that future,” the royals shared.