On the 11th of March 2021, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) undertook her first ‘in-person’ engagement of the year. Along with her husband William, Kate visited School21 in East London. The school has recently reopened following the easing of coronavirus restrictions. For the visit, the Duchess looked pretty in a blossom-pink coat and jumper. The jumper, which had a scalloped neckline, is from Boden’s current collection. It’s the Hambleden jumper and the official colour name is “Azalea” (named after the flower, we assume).
About the Boden Hambleden scallop jumper:
Kate chose British brand Boden’s Hambleden jumper, which features a delicate scallop detail at the neckline and cuffs. It’s made from a super soft merino wool and cotton mix knitted fabric. The shape is described as ‘semi-fitted’.
The jumper (or sweater as it’s known in other parts of the world) comes in four other shades: Sapling Green, Black, Chartreuse Yellow, Ivory and Navy.
UPDATE: The pink sweater has now sold out. You can still purchase it in all of the other colours. Or, try eBay to get your hands on the exact shade of pink Kate wears.
Kate Middleton wearing Boden:
Kate has worn lots from Boden in recent years: