Yes, even royals wear H&M. Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is touring Denmark this week, and she visited a forest kindergarten—a school that is held almost entirely outdoors to help children understand the power of nature and its value in society. For the visit, Middleton wore an extremely lush and, most important, affordable white turtleneck sweater from H&M. The cozy ribbed turtleneck can be yours for $29.99, or AED 110. The relaxed-fit top is in a soft rib-knit wool-blend and has long raglan sleeves.
Middleton paired the chunky knit with skinny black jeans, brown ankle boots, a brown braided belt, and a deep green jacket, all perfect for a relaxing, educational day in the sun in Denmark. She wore her hair down in soft, relaxed curls and kept her makeup look classic with a subtle red lip. Since this was an outdoor occasion, she kept the jewelry simple, with a pair of textured gold hoops.
Kensington Palace said Kate Middleton is on her two-day trip to Denmark to “learn about the Danish use of nature and the outdoors in these settings, which is widely recognized as having huge benefits on children’s mental health and well-being and is a concept which Her Royal Highness has championed through her own work.”
On the first day of the Denmark tour, Kate Middleton admitted that it’s hard for her to be around babies because it makes her want to have another one. “It makes me very broody,” the Duchess said, per People. “William always worries about me meeting under-one-year-olds. I come home saying, ‘Let’s have another one.’”
Kate kicked off her tour of Denmark earlier this week with a trip to the Infant Mental Health Project at the University of Copenhagen while wearing another affordable piece: a bright red blazer from Zara.
Originally published in Glamour.com