Two peas in a pod! Kate Middleton and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden looked like they had a lovely outing on Friday, June 11.
The two — who both wore pink dresses — met kids and teachers at the Connor Downs Academy preschool in Cornwall.
"Welcome to the UK, @FLOTUS 🇬🇧🇺🇸," the Duke and Duchess' official Instagram account captioned a slew of photos. "It was great to host Dr. Jill Biden and experts from the UK and the United States for a discussion on the importance of early childhood on lifelong outcomes, and how we can work together to make a difference."
The message continued, "The importance of providing support for parents and children alike during early childhood, and the positive impact that this can have across society, is something we share a great passion for. Next week, The Duchess is looking forward to sharing a major announcement about how she is working to elevate the importance of early childhood and continue the conversation on this vital issue."
Of course, people loved seeing Kate, 39, and Dr. Biden, 70, come together. One person wrote, "Two class acts 👏," while another added, "Nothing more beautiful to see than two great women championing such important subjects👏🏻😍." A third user added, "2 fabulous ladies ❤️."
Additionally, the ladies also fed the school rabbits some snacks.
Later on, Kate and Dr. Biden took part in a Q&A. "I want to say thank you for this program today. Thank you for having me. I met some wonderful teachers and principals and most of all, the children who were so inspiring and so well-behaved. I couldn't get over it!" Dr. Biden gushed. "I want to thank the press, too, for covering this. Early childhood education is so important, to lay the foundation for all of our students, so thank you for having me. It's a very special place, I can see that."
Meanwhile, Kate was asked about her niece — a.k.a. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new daughter, Lilibet Diana.
"I wish her all the very best. I can't wait to meet her!" she said. "We haven't met her yet. I hope that will be soon."