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There’s no doubt that the Brits are known for their “keep calm and carry on” mentality, which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge displayed in full form on Thursday morning.
Following Meghan and Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey on Sunday night, the Cambridges were spotted for the first time as they returned to their regularly scheduled engagements.
Visiting a school in east London, the couple helped launch the Mentally Healthy Schools initiative in support of the Anna Freud Centre, which helps to provide secondary schools and colleges with mental health information.
During the visit, Prince William addressed his brother's controversial interview.
In response to the allegations of racism and mistreatment that the Sussexes endured during their time as senior royals, the Duke of Cambridge stated that the royals are "very much not a racist family."
The Duke also said he had not yet spoken to Prince Harry, but promised he would.
Perhaps inspired by Meghan Markle’s remarks that “she’s a good person,” the Duchess of Cambridge chose to wear a vibrant shade of pink for the day’s events.
Typically associated with kindness, compassion, and understanding, wearing the colour is also associated with the Pink Shirt Day movement, which fights against bullying in schools.
Since the colour is a perfect choice for the coming spring season, we’ve gathered some of our favourite Duchess-inspired outerwear styles, all in an equally stunning shade of pink.
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