The duke and duchess of Cambridge have never looked this adorable before! Dressed up in matching colors for their first event amid lockdown, the royal couple coordinated in style on Sunday as they celebrated the 72nd anniversary of the National Health Service (NHS).
The event took place at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, which is relatively close to the couple’s country home. To honor the occasion and pay tribute to the health workers for their role in saving thousands of during the pandemic, the couple chose to represent the official colors of NHS: blue and white.
William wore a blue suit, shirt, and tie while Kate came dressed in a blue and white dress, matching the blue and white logo of the organization since 1990. Across the country, buildings have been lit up in blue throughout the pandemic in support and appreciation of the organization.
The royal family also took notice of the rainbow symbol that the public used to signify support for the NHS during these hard times. In fact, Kate was found in almost every color of the rainbow during many of the video conferences along with 2-year-old Prince Louis, who also took part in some of them.
Millions of children across the UK support the NHS with rainbow-colored paintings, and this year, the little prince also took part in the activity. In the video calls, Kate proudly shared some of the art her children worked on as a recreational activity during the lockdown.
Kate also spoke about how homeschooling has been the most difficult part of the lockdown and how art and other activities helped them cope better in their country home, Anmer Hall. However, this was more about paying special tribute to the frontline workers who sacrificed their well-being for the sake of others.
During the visit, the couple spoke to the volunteers and staff who have worked to ensure that the facility coped with the pandemic. They thanked all the medical staff, catering, and management for their input to maintain control and help everyone affected in this difficult time.
A special tribute was also given to those who came out of retirement to support the frontline workers. During the lockdown, William and Kate spoke to many of these people on video calls, but this was the first time the couple had the opportunity to meet in person as the stepped out together after mid-March.