A classic style with a royal boost! Kate Middleton rocked an especially bouncy ponytail with height while visiting a group of young people at the GISDA Centre in Caernarfon, Wales, on Friday, Nov. 20.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 33, who was accompanied by her husband of four years, Prince William, slicked her chestnut tresses back, but added a little bouffant at the top.
The mom to Prince George, 2, and Princess Charlotte, 6 months, teamed her hairstyle with a cozy fall ensemble: a slate Reiss coat with a statement collar, a turtleneck sweater, and black skinny jeans. She finished the outfit with drop earrings, knee-high boots, and of course, her sapphire engagement ring.
Meanwhile, her husband, also 33, donned a black blazer with a blue sweater, a white button-up shirt, khaki jeans, and brown shoes.
The royal couple returned to Wales — where they lived after marrying in 2011, while William was serving in the Royal Air Force — to support the GISDA organization, which provides accommodation and support to homeless young people, a cause close to the Duchess' heart.
Earlier this week, Middleton attended the Place2Be Headteacher Conference in central London, where she made a rare public speech on the importance of children's mental health.
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