On Thursday morning, Prince William and Kate stepped out to support the launch of a new charity tackling the response to disasters in the U.K.
The new independent charity has been set up in the wake of a string of tragedies, including the five killed in the Westminster Bridge attack in March 2017 and the 72 lives lost in the Grenfell blaze just three months later.
The couple began their day at the launch of the National Emergencies Trust at St Martin-in-the-Fields church in Central London.
Next, they met victims of disasters and made a short speech marking the official inauguration of the charity.
Initially, it was a solo engagement for Prince William, but on Tuesday, the Palace announced that wife Kate will join him at the event.
For the occasion, Kate donned a belted royal blue dress and patent black heels. She completed her look with a matching black clutch and a pair of gorgeous diamond and sapphire earrings that match her engagement ring.
Soon after the fire at the tower, which killed more than 70 people in June 2017, William joined Queen Elizabeth to visit families and first responders.
The royal family has shown its support for the community around Grenfell in several ways. William’s wife Kate joined a Christmas party for families and helpers.
Meghan also helped raise more than £500,000 after helping to launch the Together community cookbook.
In the evening, William is set to attend the London Air Ambulance charity gala in central London. He worked as a pilot for the East Anglia Air Ambulance, and became a patron of the London organisation in January
The charity is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, the Prince will give a speech after he meets crew members, former patients and other supporters.
William and Kate have return to work this week after having spent much of last week allegedly with their children at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, as Prince George and Princess Charlotte were on a half-term break from their school at Thomas’s Battersea.
The outing kicks off a busy few days of public events them. On Saturday, the couple will reunite with Harry and Meghan to attend the annual Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London. On Sunday, November 10, known as Remembrance Sunday, they will be at The Cenotaph, the war memorial in London, to pay their respects.