20th November 2015—The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (William and Kate) carried out a number of engagements in North Wales.
William and Kate lived in Anglesey in North Wales for a number of years. On the day, Kensington Palace said the couple were “delighted to be returning [to the region]”.
The couple chose to focus on the mental health of young people and homelessness, visiting charities and meeting with service users in Caernarfon, Gwynedd. See video footage from the engagements below:
Later, the royal couple took part in abseiling and rock climbing activities during a visit to an activity centre. Watch below:
[W]ith a glint in her eye Kate added: ‘I’m quite enjoying this actually. For once I’m in control.’
Clearly relishing the moment, she laughed as her instructor jokingly asked how their insurance was and shouted down: ‘William – how much do you love me?’Daily Mail
Kate wore her olive-coloured Reiss Angel Fit and Flare coat over a pair of black skinny jeans and a black polo neck sweater.
The olive-coloured coat is from the company’s autumn-winter 2010 collection. It retailed for £325, though Reiss confirmed Kate purchased it from the Bicester Village outlet store. Kate first debuted it in 2011.
The knee-length wool coat is made from wool and features elongated cuffs, a nipped-in waist and a unique funnel neck that can be worn up or down.
Kate paired the coat with her black suede knee-high boots from Aquatalia. They’re the Rhumba style.
Kate’s worn the heeled boots regularly since 2011. Like all Aquatalia footwear, the Rhumba is made in Italy. It’s crafted from weatherproof stretch suede and slip-resistant rubber (for the sole). It’s lined with super soft microfibre. The heel measures 3.5 inches.
Kate accessorised with her Kiki McDonough Citrine Drops. These are another item worn by Kate since at least 2011.
The pear-shaped stones hang from 18ct gold hooks. At the time of writing, they retail for £550 GBP.
A simple and extremely wearable style, these earrings feature a pear drop Citrine set in 18ct Yellow Gold, perfect for adding a touch of colour to the face.Kiki McDonough
For the activity, Kate changed into a casual coat and a pair of walking boots.
Hee boots are by British outdoor brand, Brasher. They’re the Hillmaster GTX (Goretex) style. We first saw Kate wearing the boots in Borneo, back in 2012, for the Diamond Jubilee tour.
Back then, Brasher confirmed the boots were their Hillmaster GTX style. The brand described them as “Britain’s most loved hill walking boot.” They’re leather with a waterproof and breathable lining. At the time, they retailed for £130.
Kate’s jacket is an official Mountain Rescue piece.