Kate Middleton is continuing to stand with Ukraine amid Russia’s invasion.
Earlier today, the Princess of Wales stopped at the Vsi Razom Community Hub in the Lexicon shopping center in Bracknell (just a short drive from her home in Windsor) to learn more about how the organization is supporting those who fled the conflict in Ukraine for the UK.
For the outing, Kate stuck to her new go-to businesswear aesthetic. The stylish royal looked polished in a white button down shirt, which she wore under a gray Cefinn sleeveless sweater vest. She paired it with matching Sézane trousers, tweed J.Crew low pumps, and her trusty mini gold and pearl hoop earrings from Shyla London.
During the visit, the Princess helped box up food and clothes with young Ukrainians, who arrived the UK earlier this year. She also penned a handwritten message on box, writing, “We are all thinking of you,” but without her signature. The packages are being sent back to Ukraine and distributed to families who have been affected by the war.
Kate also took part in an arts and crafts session with young children and spent time with volunteers to learn more about the various services the organization offers to support and help displaced Ukrainians. At one point, she met with the Hub’s psychologist who provides mental health support to refugees adjusting to their new life in the UK.
Since Russia’s invasion in February 2022, Kate and her husband, Prince William, have been vocal about their support of Ukraine. Last September, the Princess of Wales held a special audience with Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska at Buckingham Palace, who traveled to England for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. In November, she met with displaced Ukrainian families at the Reading Ukrainian Community Centre, where she also did arts and crafts with young children.
Earlier in the year, both the Prince and Princess of Wales also surprised volunteers at the Ukrainian Cultural Centre in London to hear more the organization is supporting Ukrainians in the UK and across Europe.