The Princess of Wales made a quite the entrance in a slick promo video for the Shaping Us National Symposium taking place today.
Kate, 41, who will be speaking at the event taking place at The Design Museum in London, can be seen gliding towards the stage entrance as her €630 Gianvito Rossi heels click dramatically against the floor.
The royal’s silhouette, clad in a chic burgundy power-suit, is stylishly contrasted with the white walls surrounding her as she prepares for her keynote speech.
The short clip, shared on the Prince and Princess of Wales’s X account, is also interlaced with shots of the preparations taking place ahead of the event.
Kate opted for an effortlessly elegant, business-savvy ensemble worth £1,940.02.
The Princess sported one of her favourite looks – a maroon £750 blazer from Roland Mouret teamed with matching £450 wide-leg trousers.
Adding a pop of brightness, the mother-of-three donned a £119 white shirt bodysuit from Holland Cooper clothing.
To accessorise, she opted for £72 pearl earrings from Shyla.
Kate styled her voluminous brunette tresses in a blowout, keeping her make-up chic and simple with dark eyeliner and pink lipstick.
‘Tomorrow we are hosting The #ShapingUs National Symposium,’ the video caption from last night read.
‘We will bring together cross-disciplinary leaders, child and adult specialists, and global thinkers for the first time to consider how we grow, think, and behave throughout life, in order to build resilience for the future.’
As well as hearing from the Princess of Wales, the symposium will also features talks from Professor Jack Shonkoff, Director of the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard; Sara Rajeswaran, Chief of Staff at Aviva and Professor Robert Waldinger, Director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development.
Fearne Cotton is also set to host the event.
The multi-media campaign is part of a major push by the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, set up by the princess in June 2021, to raise awareness of how our early years mould our lives.
It is set to run for at least five years, and has been described by a Kensington Palace spokesman as the princess’s ‘life’s work’.
Earlier this year, the princess spoke passionately about the campaign in an open letter published in the Mail on Sunday, in which she set out her plan for Shaping Us.
She wrote the impassioned plea on her laptop as she was preparing for the campaign launch, which starts with a week-long publicity blitz, including Monday night’s event at BAFTA.
Reports produced by the Early Childhood centre have revealed that the first five years shape future wellbeing more than any other stage of development, with our brains growing faster than at this time then any other.
It also hopes to ‘break the cycle’ of parents who experienced difficult childhoods themselves.
Palace aides say the idea for the project began even before Kate became a mother.