Last Updated on 12/04/2022 by てんしょく飯
Crown Princess Catherine paid a solo visit to the Center for Child Development at Harvard University. On the third day of her visit to the U.S., the Crown Princess appeared in a staggered plaid dress, a traditional British pattern. Her smart dress was praised by royal family fans on social networking sites, with comments such as “Dignity, elegance, and beauty! and “Dignity, elegance, and beauty!
Princess Catherine visited Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. for three days.
Crown Princess Catherine and her husband, Prince William, visited Boston, Massachusetts, for three days to attend the “Earthshot Awards” ceremony held on the evening of December 2 (local time).
The couple arrived in Boston on November 30. After visiting City Hall, they made a surprise visit to the TD Garden, an indoor stadium, to watch an NBA game.
On December 1, the couple visited an incubation facility in Massachusetts. In the afternoon of the same day, they visited Boston Harbor, a famous tourist attraction in Boston.
On December 2, Crown Princess Catherine made a solo visit to Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child, located on the outskirts of Boston.
The Center supports The Royal Foundation, a charity foundation run by Prince William and Princess William, and The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, a center on early childhood run by the Crown Princess.
On the day of the event, Crown Princess Catherine wore a houndstooth check dress and was welcomed by the staff of The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood and the assembled crowd. She was welcomed by the staff of The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood and the assembled crowd, and led to the “Moonshot Project,” which inspired the “Earthshot Prize.
The Crown Princess wore a form-fitting midi-length dress by London brand Emilia Wickstead. It was made of lightweight georgette in a traditional English staggered plaid pattern with a classic collar.
The dress with long sleeves and a thin belt is a custom-made version of the brand’s popular Miles Dress. The original was sleeveless and did not have a belt.
In one hand, she carried a blue handbag by Mulberry and wore dark-colored Gianvito Rossi high heels.
When the Crown Princess’s visit to Harvard University was publicized, royal fans commented, “Dignity, elegance, and beauty! She is so gracious!” Besides, she is involved in an important project.” “I am honored by her visit. Thank you for your hard public service and dedication.” “She represents the royal family with maturity and dignity. You are a wonderful role model of great public service. We are very proud of you.
The day before, Prince Harry and Princess Meghan released a trailer of a documentary program by Netflix, which was criticized for “disturbing Prince and Princess William. Therefore, some people on social networking sites said, “It’s Harvard University, sustainability, and public service reputation against cheesy Netflix,” “The best way to silence the evil publicity strategy against working royalty, the two are doing a great job,” etc.