Kate Middleton Arrives At The London School Of Economics To Mark The Launch Of The Royal Foundation Centre For Early Childhood — Photos!
Even on a rainy day, Kate Middleton still looked put together! The mom-of-three was photographed arriving at the London School of Economics on Friday, June 18, to mark the launch of The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
Kate donned a purple dress, which paired perfectly with a rainbow umbrella!
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During the event, the brunette beauty spoke with parents about her future goals.
Scroll through the gallery below to see Kate's outing!
So gorgeous! Kate waved as she made her way inside the building.
"It was great to speak with leading academics and practitioners at the London School of Economics about The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood's mission to drive awareness of, and action on, the transformative impact of the early years," the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's official account captioned a photo on Twitter.
"We believe that tackling the toughest challenges in early childhood and achieving the long-term impact requires people to come together," she noted.
Kate spoke with others about her new initiative — and she couldn't help but smile while enjoying some tea!
"In establishing The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, we will help to make change through fresh research to identify opportunities, collaborations to scale solutions and creative campaigns to bring this issue to life," she continued.
"Today I’m proud to be launching The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood — let’s embrace this golden opportunity to create a happier, more mentally healthy and more nurturing society," she wrote in the announcement.
"My own journey into understanding the importance of early childhood actually started with adults and not with children," she began. "It was about prevention. I wanted to understand what more we could do to help prevent some of today's toughest social challenges or what more we could to help with the rising rates of poor mental health. I've spoken to physiatrists and neuroscientists, to practitioners and academics and parents alike and what has become clear is that the best investment for our future health and happiness is in the first five years of life."