Informative Caption informs us that Kate paid a “visit to the Institute of Reproductive and Development Biology…to hear about the work that national charity Tommy’s are doing to reduce rates of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth,” which is a incredibly good cause.
Today’s visit highlights how important services like @tommys and @SandsUK are continuing their support to families across the UK and reduce rates of miscarriage through scientific research. pic.twitter.com/wjKHN2sWoX
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) October 14, 2020
That’s very good work. This is a tough topic that isn’t talked about a lot, and I’m sure both of those organizations have brought a lot of peace to families who are going through a very difficult time, as Sands specifically offers bereavement services.
I do feel confident that the Cambridge kids have a microscope at home:
Some footage of Kate at the centre. pic.twitter.com/mIlquwPCIo
— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) October 14, 2020
Here’s what Kate wore under the lab coat:
It’s obviously highly reasonable, as one would hope and expect for this particular engagement. (People think — and I tend to agree — and it’s this Emilia Wickstead dress with a different belt. Kate wears this particular belt all the time, the price per wear on it has to be exceptional.) The coordination of the mask, too, is good! (It’s Amaia, like all her masks so far.)