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March 23, 2020

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge Wore Marks & Spencer For Her London Ambulance Service 111 Control Room Visit

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge Wore Marks & Spencer For Her London Ambulance Service 111 Control Room Visit

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited an emergency call center in London on Thursday (March 19), in order to meet with staffers working around the clock to handle the influx of emergency calls due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The couple became the first royals to visit workers on the front line battling the pandemic, as Queen Elizabeth has gone into isolation which is not surprising considering she is in the “at risk” group.

With some of our beloved British retailers hanging on by a thread, while others are shutting their doors for good, Catherine’s chic, mauve-hued suit is very relevant.

Why?

Because her matching blazer and trousers is from Autograph by Marks & Spencer, which shows her support for the British brand, who has recently redeploy their staff from the clothing department, to the food department as people are panic food shopping.

The Duchess kept the rest of her look understated, choosing a simple white blouse and charcoal Hugo Boss pointed-toe pumps.

This photograph is provided under strict the conditions directed by the Press Office at Kensington Palace. This image is strictly for commenting, and not commercial reasons. RCFA has not given anyone permission to use this image.

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Credit: Adam Vallance/Kensington Palace via Getty Images

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