Her stylish options are seemingly endless.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, Kate Middleton has emerged as the unexpected Queen of Zoom thanks to her array of very work appropriate but also very cute sweaters (and excellent hair, may we add).
Last week, Kate and William video-called a school to chat to its students and teachers ahead of the Easter long weekend. For the call, Kate sported a bright yellow sweater from Zara and some of her favourite gold earrings, serving up a lesson in low-key video call elegance that we’ve been striving to emulate ever since.
Today, Kate gave us another style school lesson – this time featuring a classic Breton sweater and another bright hued option.
Appearing on BBC Breakfast this morning, Kate wore a cool striped sweater that is thought to be from Joostricot. The Duchess was first spotted in the piece in May of last year at the King’s Cup launch. Leaving her lob-length hair loose in tousled waves, Kate looked relaxed and stylish at all once.
Kensington Palace also shared another new photo of the pair today from a mental health round table they hosted on April 8. For the occasion, Kate opted for yet another happy hue with a bright green sweater. Believed to be from Really Wild, which she wore for an engagement in December of last year, the sweater provided a nice pop of colour on screen.
In case you’re feeling inspired, see our edits of cool sweaters and statement earrings to wear on your next Zoom call.
Kate’s sister-in-law Meghan Markle has also been making Zoom calls of late, specifically to the women at the Hubb Community Kitchen it was revealed today. For her time on camera, Meghan opted for a classic WFH look: a white tee and a slicked back bun.