Kate Middleton looks perfect in striped outfits as she and Prince William pose with the kids as they arrive in Cardiff to meet Windrush seniors

The Princess of Wales looked ready for action in a pinstripe suit, as she and Prince William ditched the handshake this morning.

Kate, 41, chose an elegant tailored pantsuit for the engagement, which marks the 75th anniversary of the HMT Empire Windrush’s arrival in the UK. She chose to wear her brunette tresses in loose curls that cascaded over her shoulders as the sun shone on her and Prince William, who is also 41 years old.

The royal couple, who met elders of the Windrush generation in Grangetown this afternoon, were welcomed by a large crowd of schoolchildren, who were waving flags of countries around the world as Kate and William approached.

They also visit a school that has added Windrush lessons to its curriculum, teaching students about the important impact the Windrush generation has had on society.

While Kate dazzled in the sun, she chose to re-wear the £549 Holland Cooper striped jacket she wore during her meeting at Windsor Castle last week with Apple CEO Tim Cook, where she, Prince William and the tech chief discussed mental health.

The Princess of Wales looked chic in a pinstripe suit as she stepped out in Cardiff today to mark the 75th anniversary of the Windrush Generation’s arrival in the UK.

Upon their arrival at the Grange Pavilion in Grangetown, Cardiff, the Prince and Princess of Wales were welcomed by a crowd of schoolchildren who were keen to get the chance to meet members of the royal family.

Their Royal Highnesses shook hands with the young royal fans, while also fist-bumping or hitting some of the pupils with five feet.

As they welcomed the young fans, who were waving flags of Wales and other countries around the world, Prince William appeared mesmerized by a young schoolboy’s headband featuring pink pompoms.

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Among Kate and William’s engagements today is a visit to the Grange Pavilion in Grangetown, where they will meet members of groups including Windrush Cymru Elders, Black History Cymru 365 and the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum of Wales.

The Princess of Wales wore a navy double-breasted striped jacket with gold buttons as she arrived at Grangetown
ROYAL HANDSHAKE: The Princess of Wales smiled as she ditched the traditional handshake and greeted a young royal admirer in a different way
Prince William also received some schoolchildren who lined up to meet him with fist bumps
Schoolchildren lined up to fistbump the heir to the throne as he arrived at the Grange Pavilion in Cardiff
Princess Kate couldn’t contain her laughter as she spoke to young royal fans outside the Grange Suite
Princess Kate gave her husband an affectionate look as they spoke to people outside the Grange Pavilion
Kate looked lovingly at her husband as they arrived at the Grange Pavilion
Princess Kate
Princess Kate
The Princess of Wales smiled and laughed as she spoke to people outside the Grangetown Pavilion
Kate, 41, appears to have chosen a Holland Cooper suit underneath her striped blazer and wide-leg trousers.
William seemed to point at one of the disciples as they chatted outside the Grange Pavilion
William leaned over and made conversation with some children in the Pavilion in Cardiff
The Princess of Wales stopped and struck up a conversation with some schoolchildren as they stood to greet her
One young royal fan left the Princess of Wales in fits of laughter as they chatted with her upon her arrival
The mother-of-three chose to wear her thick brunette locks in loose curls that cascaded down her shoulders.
During their visit today, Princess Kate and Prince William will meet Windrush elders and members of the Youth Advisory Council for People of Color in Wales.
Kate chose to wear her brunette locks in loose curls that fell over her shoulders as she arrived and spoke to the children.
Eventually, the Prince of Wales extended his hand for a handshake after a few fist bumps
Prince William looked so impressed by the little schoolboy’s headband that he couldn’t resist giving her a punch
Princess Kate offered another fist bump to a young schoolboy lined up in the front row to meet the royals
The Prince and Princess of Wales’ joint engagement at Grange Town in Cardiff marks the 75th anniversary of the arrival of HMP Empire Windrush in the UK
A royal fan received a shout-out from the Princess of Wales as she found another new way to greet children
Prince William shook hands with a young schoolboy who looked cute in his red school jacket and white polo shirt

The Grange Pavilion is a partnership project between The Grange Pavilion Project, Grangetown Community Action, Cardiff University and Cardiff Council which has seen them redevelop the previously vacant Dish Pavilion into a community facility.

The space provides a community café, employment and training opportunities, and has become a major meeting place for the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum, Windrush Cymru Elders and Black History Cymru 365 in Wales.

The Windrush Cymru Elders Group was established in 2017 as part of Race Council Cymru and aims to promote understanding of the concerns and needs of ethnic minority elders while also celebrating the contributions of the Windrush generation and people of African descent in Wales.

Kate struck up a conversation with some schoolchildren who had lined up to meet her outside the Grange Pavilion
Princess Kate ditched the fist bumps after a while and shook hands with some young royal admirers
Schoolchildren were waving Welsh flags, as well as those of other countries around the world including India, ready and waiting to greet the royals.
Princess Kate sat down for a chat with young schoolchildren who had gathered to meet her at the Grange Pavilion
Kate, a mother of three, looked deep into a conversation with the schoolchildren, who were wrapped in their coats and uniforms.
The Princess of Wales spoke to some of the schoolgirls who seemed a little surprised to meet a princess
The Prince and Princes of Wales were welcomed by young royal fans as they arrived in Grangetown, Cardiff
Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton
While Kate looked elegant in a pantsuit, the Prince of Wales was elegant in a dark jacket, navy blue trousers and brown suede shoes.
Princess of Wales
Princess of Wales
The Princess of Wales looked elegant in the elegant tailored outfit as she arrived and exited the car
Upon their arrival, both Prince William and Princess Kate were welcomed outside the Grange Pavilion, where they were due to meet Windrush seniors.
As she got out of the car, the Princess of Wales smiled and waved to someone to greet them
Kate wore a silver watch and accessorized with a white body suit
Princess Kate re-wore a £549 Holland Cooper jacket as well as navy blue striped wide-leg trousers.
Kate, 41, wore the wide-leg suit with navy blue shoes and opted for her brunette locks in loose curls.
The late princess wore a modern watch on her wrist and kept her makeup simple and natural to celebrate the occasion.

The Prince and Princess heard about the life experiences of older people and the impact the generation has had on Wales since their arrival 75 years ago.

In addition to the Elders, Their Royal Highnesses spend time with the Ethnic Minority Youth Forum which is a youth advisory committee of Race Council Cymru made up of young people aged between 11 and 25 seeking to be the voice of change for minority youth. Ethnic groups in Wales

Finally, the Prince and Princess will also engage with local youth from the Somali community that makes up a large part of Grangetown.

Their Royal Highnesses will spend time with members of the Wales Somali Youth Club and Cardiff Bay Warriors Football Club and hear about the community projects they have been involved in – from football to youth unemployment and building friendships between young people in Cardiff and Somaliland.

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