PRINCESS Kate visits Iceland — and brings a touch of style to the freezer aisle.
The royal, 41, wore a £70 white Zara blazer as she met Iceland boss Richard Walker at a shop in Aylesbury, Bucks.
Mum-of-three Kate, launching her Business Taskforce for Early Childhood, said: “Job skills are built in the earliest years of our lives.”
She is is urging business leaders to prioritise wellbeing in the workplace to support family life.
It comes after Kate urged business leaders in the City of London to champion social and emotional development.
Speaking at NatWest’s HQ, she said it was time to think “radically” in order to create a workforce that is “resilient, flexible and able to work through differences with each other”.
Kate added: “The healthy development of our children relies on healthy adults.”
Nine global firms, including Unilever, Ikea, Aviva, Deloitte, Co-Op and Lego, have already signed up to her initiative and it is hoped that many more will join.
Meanwhile, the Prince and Princess of Wales shared two sweet family photographs to mark Mother’s Day last week.
In the nature-themed snap, Prince Louis – the youngest of the couple’s three children – can be seen placing his hand on his mother’s knee as she affectionately puts her hand on top.
In a second heartwarming portrait, Kate can be seen looking down and smiling at her four-year-old Louis, who she lovingly cradles in her arms.