Princess of Wales looks radiant in a pleated orange dress and tan coat in a children’s bedroom in Bedfordshire

The Princess of Wales showed her love for sustainable fashion as she attended a nursery in Bedfordshire today.

Kate Middleton, 41, this morning decided to wear one of her favorite Massimo Dutti coats, which she had worn a number of times to meet with local children at Foxcubs Nursery in Luton.

She paired the £349 coat with a £1,600 red sweater and skirt combo by Gabriela Hearst and trendy winter boots for the occasion.

The mother-of-three looked typically even-tempered during the engagement and couldn’t resist playing with some of the kids now living at the nursery.

Kate Middleton, 41, opted to wear a £349 Massimo Dutty coat which she has worn in the past to meet local children at Foxcubs Nursery in Luton this morning

Kate Middleton, 41, opted to wear a £349 Massimo Dutty coat which she has worn in the past to meet local children at Foxcubs Nursery in Luton this morning

For her outing in Bedfordshire, the princess wore the cozy sweater and skirt combo, which she cinched at the waist with a black leather belt.

The royal donned knitwear by New York-based designer Gabriella Hearst, which has become a favorite of Kate’s in recent years.

The designer is known for her eco-friendliness, as her first show for Autumn/Winter 2017 was produced with the least possible impact on the environment.

Gabriella focuses on sustainability in her designs, sourcing deadstock materials and opting for eco-friendly fabrics like linen, as well as using recycled yarns whenever she can.

The mother-of-three looked typically even-tempered during the engagement and couldn't resist playing with some of the kids now living at the nursery

The mother-of-three looked typically even-tempered during the engagement and couldn’t resist playing with some of the kids now living at the nursery

She paired the coat with a £1,600 red jumper and skirt combo by Gabriela Hearst and trendy winter boots for the occasion

She paired the coat with a £1,600 red jumper and skirt combo by Gabriela Hearst and trendy winter boots for the occasion

She is also known as the favorite of Meghan Markle, who wore the designer regularly while serving as working queen.

She donned the camel colored cashmere blend coat, which she added to her wardrobe in 2020 and has worn on numerous occasions since.

She paired the look with black velvet knee high boots that lengthened her leg.

She also carried a velvet black clutch to match her shoe choice.

Her hazel locks were styled in a glossy, wavy blow dryer that cascaded down her shoulder as she entered the nursery.

The elegant orange knitted dress was first worn by the princess during a visit to Boston in December last year

The elegant orange knitted dress was first worn by the princess during a visit to Boston in December last year

For her engagement of the day, Kate wore a slimmed-down makeup, with just a touch of bronzer to complement her healthy glow, as well as some mascara and eyeliner.

She added a touch of pink with glossy lip and cheek highlights.

Amid growing backlash against her brother-in-law, Kate, who is passionate about early childhood development and founded the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood in 2021, this morning refused to be pulled from her focus as she threw herself into her work .

Kate Middleton first wore Massimo Dutti's coat while visiting Cardiff during a nationwide tour in January 2020 (pictured).

Kate has worn the sleek coat on a number of occasions in the past - including to visit paramedics in east London in 2021 (left) and

Meanwhile, Kate has worn the coat on a number of occasions in the past – including a visit in 2020 (left) and to paramedics in east London in 2021 (right).

Arriving at the nursery, Kate thanked the staff for the reception and commented on the cool but bright weather.

“I was just saying it’s such a beautiful day,” she mused as she shook hands with staff – although she commented on the “chilly mornings” in the UK.

She greeted the nursery staff with a handshake and commented on the “nice day” before sitting down to play and chat with the children.

After a chat with the nursery staff, Kate was keen to sit down for an arts and crafts session with the kids – and she even played a game of cuckoo with some of her bunny masks.

During her engagement, Kate listened carefully to the stories of the staff who ran the nursery

Who is behind the mask? The Princess of Wales looked like she could hardly contain her laughter as she held the rabbit mask up in front of her face

The mask slips! The adorable tot revealed his identity as she briefly pulled the mask down from her face, looking cute with her tufts of curls

The mask slips! The adorable tot revealed his identity as she briefly pulled the mask down from her face, looking cute with her tufts of curls

The princess was caught on camera trying not to burst out laughing as she hid her face behind a rabbit mask decorated by the children at the nursery.

Kate’s professional demeanor comes after a source close to Kate told The Mirror she was “too busy” with her duties to address the allegations made by Harry in Spare and in the various TV interviews he’s done to promote it, to pay much attention.

The newspaper reported that while the Princess of Wales was “stunned” by Prince Harry’s claims in Spare, she had “already moved on” as she prepared to host an early childhood development program for children aged three and three to start five.

Today, the Princess of Wales demonstrated her commitment to early childhood education and development during her visit to Foxcubs, rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.

The nursery is run by the Early Years Alliance and offers 70 places for local children between the ages of two and five – Kate’s main focus.

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