Duchess Catherine visits Farms for City Children in Gloucester

On May 3, 2017, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited the Farms for City Children in Arlingham, Gloucestershire. Farms for City Children is a charity which offers children in the UK a chance to live and work on a real farm for a week.
Kate Middleton wore Troy London Wax Parka, Jigsaw Cashmere Jumper, Zara Trousers, Penelope Chilvers boot, Kiki Lauren Earrings
Kate Middleton wore Troy London Wax Parka, Jigsaw Cashmere Jumper, Zara Trousers, Penelope Chilvers boot, Kiki Lauren Earrings
Kate Middleton wore Troy London Wax Parka, Jigsaw Cashmere Jumper, Zara Trousers, Penelope Chilvers boot, Kiki Lauren Earrings
Kate Middleton wore Troy London Wax Parka, Jigsaw Cashmere Jumper, Zara Trousers, Penelope Chilvers boot, Kiki Lauren Earrings
Kate Middleton wore Troy London Wax Parka, Jigsaw Cashmere Jumper, Zara Trousers, Penelope Chilvers boot, Kiki Lauren Earrings
Kate Middleton wore Troy London Wax Parka
Troy London Wax Parka
Kate Middleton wore Jigsaw Cashmere Cloud Katharine Jumper
Jigsaw Cashmere Cloud Katharine Jumper
Kate Middleton wore ZARA Mid Rise Biker Trousers
ZARA Mid Rise Biker Trousers
Kate Middleton wore Kiki Lauren Yellow Gold Pave Diamond Leaf EarringsKate Middleton wore Penelope Chilvers long tassel boot
                                 Kiki Lauren Earrings                                       Penelope Chilvers Boot

22 comments:

  1. The outfit is fine for the occasion - very British aristocrat in the country.

    I wish she would stop constantly fiddling with her hair - she isn't a teenage schoolgirl!

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    1. Totally agree, Franny. Appropriate clothes; annoying juvenile twitching at hair.

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    2. Only in one picture is she touching her hair! She's pulling her collar closer on the other one. Give it a rest.

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    3. OK then - I wish she would stop fiddling with her hair (which she has been pictured doing on many occasions) or fiddling with her collar (which she's doing in several pictures). She's not a teenage schoolgirl.

      You give it a rest - I'm entitled to my opinion.

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    4. Mrs. M, your "give it a rest" comment was offensive and an attack on other posters' opinions. If you disagree, that's fine. But ordering another poster to stop expressing an opinion you do not share is not OK and is counter to the fun and respectful tone of Hellen's site.

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    5. If a woman pulls her collar she behaves like a schoolgirl...? Seriously? Should she better get a cold??

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    6. I'm sorry I hurt your feelings it was not my intention. Have a good day!

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    7. Yes, continuously fiddling is quite teenage schoolgirl behaviour- on numerous occasions she is photographed fiddling with hair (or collar) - I find it distracting. Yes, it's a minor issue but still...

      Also, colds are caused by germs not having a turned down collar.

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  2. I think her hair is too long, make her look older

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    1. Too long hair makes someone look older..?

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    2. I don't think so. However, she could: a - cut it a bit, b- have a barrette, c- tie it or have a pony tail.

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  3. Nope. Jeggings soo unprofessional!!!

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    1. They may technically be jeggings but they look like jodhpurs - I think they are perfectly appropriate and professional for mixing with children on a farm.

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  4. She is dressed nicely and appropriately for the event but her hair would have looked better if tied back.

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  5. I think she looks great. She is still a young woman in her thirties. She is only touching her hair once. Now is the time for long hair. She will have many years to be more conservative.

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  7. Kate looked great. Her hair looked pretty and her pants, while painted on, were sporty. Can't help but wonder if mermaid hair and jeggings are the best choice for a 35-year-old, mother-of-two, Queen-of-England-to-be, but that's just me.

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  8. Stunning photographs of the Duchess. Once again people got stuck on the fiddling with the hair. What a pity. Photographs on Duchess Kate just show her hair was not problem all when she was actively involved with the children and farm animals. Looking young, alive, happy, laughing and sincere.

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    1. Anna-Marie: best comment!! Thanks for saying it right.

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    2. The fact that you say "once again" shows that it's common. But, I'm not "stuck on it" - I just notice that she does it a lot and I find it mildly distracting. It doesn't stop me from acknowledging that she is well-dressed or not or doing a good job (I think she is).
      IMO it's probably an old nervous habit that she probably is unaware of.

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  9. She seems more at ease and relaxed when taking part in outdoor activities.
    Doesn't look like she's fidgeting with her hair, more adjusting it. I've seen many of the royal ladies doing it.

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