Kate Middleton suffers embarrassing wardrobe malfunction in early years video

The Duchess of Cambridge recently recycled the blouse during a Q&A session about early years parenting after the release of her “milestone” study. The Duchess can be seen wearing the fabulous purple blouse from Gucci while answering questions from the public in a video published on Saturday.

The video was posted on Instagram and Twitter days after Kensington Royal released the findings of the UK’s largest-ever study on early years parenting.

The Duchess previously sported the blouse back in March 2019 when she made an embarrassing wardrobe mistake.

She wore the purple blouse on a visit to the Henry Fawcett Children’s Centre.

However, it appeared that the Duchess wore the top back-to-front.

In 2019, royal fans spotted that the Duchess was wearing the blouse with the buttons running down the front.

But according to Marie Claire, on Gucci’s E-commerce site images show a model wearing the blouse with the buttons running down the back.

The Gucci pussy-bow silk-satin blouse is approximately £1,275.

When the Duchess recycled the purple top over the weekend, it is not clear if she corrected her previous wardrobe malfunction.

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The royal also revealed what sparked her passion on early years parenting and it is not what people may expect.

She said: “I think people assume that because I am a parent, that’s why I’ve taken an interest in the early years.

“This really is bigger than that. This isn’t just about happy, healthy children.

“This is about the society I hope we could and can become.”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are parents to Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and the two-year-old Prince Louis.

The Duchess added: “This really isn’t something we are going to be able to change quickly and overnight.

“It’s going to take generations and I’m keen to support this for the long term.”

The Cambridge’s charity collected views from half a million people in the UK for the study about raising children under the age of five.

In a press release, the report was labelled “a milestone moment” for the Duchess’ “work on the importance of early childhood in shaping the rest of our lives and broader societal outcomes”.

In another video posted on Twitter, the Duchess revealed that parental loneliness increased from 38 percent, before the pandemic, to 63 percent during the crisis.

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