The Duchess of Cambridge looked polished in a red Zara blazer as she kicked off her whirlwind solo visit to Denmark today.
Kate, 40, is in Copenhagen to promote her work with the The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked smart in a high street blazer, smart wide-leg black trousers and a white blouse with frill detailing.
She finished the look – inspired by the colours of the Danish flag – with simple drop earrings and a black handbag.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked polished in a red Zara blazer as she kicked off her whirlwind solo visit to Denmark today
Kate on a visit to the Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project, University of Copenhagen
The Duchess of Cambridge is greeted by Mette Skovgaard Vaever, Director of the Center for Early Intervention and Family Studies, and other scientists as she arrives at the Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Program at
The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant as she arrived at the University of Copenhagen for the engagement today
The Duchess of Cambridge put her best foot forward in a pair of black suede heels with chunky heels for the engagement
Britain’s Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is greeted by Rector Henrik C. Wegener at the University of Copenhagen
During the visit the Duchess will be received by Queen Margrethe II, 81, who is celebrating her Golden Jubilee this year, and will carry out an engagement with Australian-born Crown Princess Mary, 49.
The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood aims to drive awareness of and action on the impact of the early years in a child’s development.
During the visit, Kate will learn from Danish experts who are world leaders in the field.
The trip will also pay tribute to the historic ties between Britain and Denmark and will celebrate the joint Jubilees taking place in each country this year: the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, marking 70 years on the British throne, and the Golden Jubilee of Margrethe II, making 50 years on the Danish throne.
The Duchess of Cambridge will receive an official welcome to Denmark from Queen Margrethe II on the second day of her trip.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore her brunette locks in a sleek down do and beamed as she arrived for her first event
Radiant Kate smiled as she arrived at the Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project in Copenhagen today
The Duchess of Cambridge wore red and white – the colours of the Danish flag – for her first outing in Copenhagen on Tuesday
The Duchess of Cambridge looked polished in black trousers, a white shirt and red blouse for the engagement
The Duchess of Cambridge waved as she arrived for the engagement, the first stop on a busy two-day schedule
The Duchess will also join Crown Princess Mary of Denmark and visit a project supported by the Page 2 of 2 Mary Foundation, founded in 2007 by the Crown Princess, to protect vulnerable women and children from domestic violence.
Kate and Mary have met on a number of previous occasions, including at Royal Ascot in 2016 and on William and Kate’s joint visit to the Danish capital in 2011.
The Duchess will also learn about how Denmark promotes infant mental wellbeing alongside physical health, and how it harnesses the power of nature, relationships and playful learning in the first five years of life.
Her schedule will focus on innovative initiatives and projects which support children in their growth, particularly their social and emotional development, as well as their parents and the wider communities surrounding them.
Throughout the visit, The Duchess will have the opportunity to meet with a broad range of people including children and families, leading researchers, representatives from academia, and those working in the early education sector.
Denmark is a beacon of best practice with its approach to early childhood as well as consistently ranking near the top of countries with the happiest people in the world.