The Princess of Wales wore separates today for her engagements in Hereford with the Prince of Wales.
The couple’s first visit took place at Madley Primary School Forest School. Outdoor learning is a priority at the school and all children participate in the Forest School program at least once a week, attending outdoor lessons in a woodland setting. Students learn National Curriculum subjects as well as environmental awareness, conservation and forest management.
This Express history: reports: “The royal couple helped the students prepare food around a campfire while they explored the grounds…and also helped the students peel logs and build a den in the trees. »
The Welsh, who were given books for their children George, Charlotte and Louis on their arrival, took part in peeling logs before crouching down and using a saw to build a den in the trees.
THE Duchy of Cornwall and Madley Primary have been partners in the Forest School initiative for twelve years. Some readers may recall that as heir to the throne, Prince William became Duke of Cornwall with the accession of King Charles and the dukedom now belongs to him.
The duchy owns lands in twenty counties of England and Wales; Prince William trained for more than a year for the role he knew he would one day take as head of the duchy, spending time with his father and the duchy’s leaders to prepare for the eventuality. Today Telegraph has an article by royal correspondent India McTaggart which examines Prince William’s efforts in one area of duchy management.
The Prince of Wales has announced he will place mental health programs at the heart of his approach to running the Duchy of Cornwall.
The move marks the first significant change from the way the estate, which generates an annual income of around £24 million for his family, was run by his father.
His new strategy will aim to provide mental health care and support to all tenants of the 130,000-acre estate he inherited when his grandmother died.
Returning to today’s activities, the Prince and Princess also visited Kings Pitt Farm, where they met Duchy of Cornwall farming tenants Sam and Emily Stables.
We learn more Since Good morning blanket.
Sam and Emily have settled downWe cultivate minds to eliminate the stigma associated with mental health issues in the agricultural sector. The charity works tirelessly to improve the mental health of farmers living in Hereford’s rural communities.
The princess meets a young man during the day’s visit.
Another photo of today’s commitments.
Now let’s move on to what Kate wore, starting with her new blazer Majé.
The Vincio Fitted Check Blazer is a double-breasted style, made from a viscose/polyester blend. It features peak lapels, front flap pockets, a welt chest pocket, button cuffs and a central back vent. Thanks for No more UFOs for this identifier.
The princess also wore her See by Chloé Liegi ankle boots.
It also looked like the princess was wearing her Daniella Draper Midnight Moon Diamond Trio Necklace ($1700).
The princess wore what appears to be a pair of earrings from Spells of Love, the Welsh brand. Garnet teardrop charm hoop earrings in 18k recycled gold over sterling silver with removable garnet. I had almost forgotten that many of us thought that hoop earrings were worn alone when the Princess visited the Irish Guards in March.
Below is a photo from that March engagement. THANKS to Gaby and a Facebook friend who wishes to remain anonymous for this ID.
I’ll see you for the engagement on Monday, if not before.