Princess Of Wales Masters Monochrome Dressing On Visit To Scarborough

The Princess of Wales is known for her impeccable fashion sense, and today was no exception as she joined the Prince of Wales for a visit to Scarborough to promote a cause close to their hearts: improving mental health services available to young people.

The Royal Foundation of The Prince and Princess of Wales, in collaboration with Two Ridings Community Foundation, today announced 345,000 pounds worth of funding to galvanise long-term support for young people’s mental health in Scarborough.

Kate delivered a masterclass in monochrome dressing, wearing a sophisticated £460 Max&Co camel coat over a knitted turtleneck midi dress in an almost identical shade. She finished the chic autumnal look with a £ 60 belt from high-street retailer Boden and a £295 bag from DeMellier London; a label that has also been given the Duchess of Sussex’s seal of approval. The only splash of color was the red poppy pinned to her coat in support of the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.

During the visit, the Prince and Princess of Wales were able to see how the funding will positively impact local organisations. They spent time at The Street, a community hub, where they met a panel of young people who will help distribute the funding to local projects.

The funding will be divided between local organisations to increase the help they can provide for young people’s mental health and well-being. This will include boosting the provision of safe spaces, affordable sports, and outdoor activities, youth work, creative workshops, or mentoring.

The Prince and Princess have long been champions of mental health and are committed to delivering lasting impact in this space through the work of The Royal Foundation.

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