For those who follow Kate Middleton daily, it was not difficult to imagine the look she would choose for this Tuesday in what has been her first appearance of the two-day trip to Denmark. Whether positive or negative, that is already at the choice of each one, what is certain is that the Duchess of Cambridge is a predictable woman, and of course, as everyone expected, she has planted herself in Copenhagen wearing the colors of the Danish flag, white and red, something she usually does in her international visits as a nod to the country in which she is located.
Prince William’s wife has landed this afternoon at the airport of the capital on a regular flight of the British Airways company. No jets or private jets. Like any mortal, the Duchess of Cambridge has taken advantage of a flight already planned to reach Copenhagen, where she has been received after landing by the British ambassador to Denmark, Dominic Schroeder. After greeting the authorities, Kate got into a car to head to what was her first act in the Scandinavian country.
The Duchess has traveled to Denmark with the aim of learning more about the education of the little ones for what will be her new center on childhood, the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. And in this first appointment in Danish lands, Kate has visited the University of Copenhagen, where she has learned about the project on minors that is being carried out. It will be this Wednesday when Prince William’s wife meets with Mary of Denmark, who will receive her in the palace, and together they will attend other events related to childhood, an area in which the Danish heiress also works.
As we advanced, Kate has not surprised with her choice of costumes, opting for a look with Danish colors: the red of her blazer made in bouclé, crossed silhouette, with double golden buttons and visible pockets, a garment of the Spanish firm Zara that the duchess premiered during the celebration of the European Championship last year; and the white of a new ME+EM top with ruffles around the neck. All this has been combined with black pants, comfortable heeled salons by Gianvito Rossi, and a small bag by Mulberry.
Zara’s jacket wasn’t the only Spanish touch Kate wore in her look. The Duchess has premiered a necklace with a pearl pendant by the London-based Spanish designer Monica Vinader, which Doña Letizia has also trusted on occasion. And to match the necklace, whose price is around 300 euros, the daughter-in-law of Prince Charles has worn new earrings also made of pearls, although these from the Danish firm Maria Black. Another choice with a nod to Denmark, beyond red and white.