Remember when Gen-Z said skinny jeans are out? Kate Middleton just proved the slimming denim trousers are still definitely in during her latest outing.
Earlier today, the Prince and Princess of Wales paid a visit to SportsAid at Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, to take part in a series of mental fitness workshops organized by the charity. Kate arrived at the sports center wearing $240 skinny jeans that appeared to by Mother Denim. She paired the dark pants with a white top, which she layered under a now-sold-out royal blue blazer from Zara, and her long-time favorite white Veja sneakers. William, for his part, also kept his look laidback, wearing a navy sweater over a collared shirt with matching trousers and khaki green sneakers.
During the visit, both Kate and William participated in two practice sessions with young athletes focused on building mental resilience. For the first exercise, Kate ditched her blazer and showed off her competitive side while playing a round of netball under pressure. The Princess missed at her first shot, but raised her arms in the air victory after scoring on her second attempt.
The second challenge saw the royal couple try their hand at goalball, which is a Paralympic sport for the visually impaired that involves all players cover their eyes with blindfolds. Kate once again proved she was quite the sport, scoring a ball past the goalie. Meanwhile, William struggled a bit and said, “It’s really hard, so disorientating, I imagine it’s a fun game though.”
Today’s stop was the last in a series of engagements Kate and William carried out to highlight World Mental Health Day. On Tuesday, the duo kicked things off by hosting a mental health forum in Birmingham for young people. Yesterday, Kate dropped by Nottingham Trent University to learn more about how they are supporting students through the academic year, while William visited an operational base for three emergency service providers in the area to hear about the challenges volunteers face in their careers.