The Queen and Kate Middleton stepped out for his or her first-ever solo engagement collectively Tuesday.

The royals visited King’s Faculty London to check out the newly renovated Bush Home, with the pair stopping to absorb the unbelievable views from the roof terraces on the eighth ground of the constructing.

Her Majesty and Middleton dressed to impress for the outing, with the latter donning a gray Catherine Walker coat costume and Sylvia Fletcher fascinator.

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Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty
Photograph by Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty

The Queen, however, opted for a pink cashmere Stewart Parvin coat and matching hat.

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Regardless of this being the Queen’s first solo outing with Middleton, they’ve, in fact, attended many occasions with different members of the Royal Household.

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The royal engagement got here earlier than the Duchess of Cambridge was introduced as the brand new Patron of the Foundling Museum.

Middleton is about to go to the venue the place she is going to learn the way the group works with artwork and artists to remodel the lives of susceptible and marginalized younger folks.

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