Kate Middleton was praised for her fashion during a walkabout in Poland in 2017.

Students in a Facebook group dedicated to the British monarchy told Kate she was "beautiful and perfect".

In response, Kate dismissed their praise, saying "It's just the make-up."

Kate launched a business taskforce on early childhood, with major companies including Unilever, Ikea, Deloitte, Co-op, and Iceland.

She attended the taskforce's first meeting at NatWest's London headquarters in a white Alexander McQueen jacket, black pants, and heels.

Kate urged business leaders to help promote social ecosystem change, just as they supported the net zero aim to safeguard environmental ecosystems.

She stressed the necessity to adapt to workforces, especially parents and carers, because adults' well-being is the most essential determinant in healthy child development.

Kate emphasized the importance of making early childhood the societal equivalent of climate change.

She asked businesses to prioritize diversity and inclusion, as well as the general well-being of their staff, customers, and communities.