Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, were together this morning to visit the Summerfield Community Center in Birmingham, England. Kate Middleton wore an Alexander McQueen outfit that was similar to the navy, military-inspired ensemble she sported in June to a ceremony honoring the Irish Guards. Today William and Kate spoke to responders who were active in helping citizens clean up after the riots earlier this month. Many royals have been busy this week speaking with those who offered aid in the wake of the crisis. Prince Harry chatted with emergency workers in Salford, near Manchester, yesterday, and Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles did something similar in Croydon on Wednesday. William and Kate began their visit by having a private meeting with the parents of three men who were killed at the start of the violet outbreak on Aug. 10, and then moved on to speak with local lawmakers and those at the community center. Kate said of the riots, "Looking at all the young people out and about on the streets, we couldn't believe it was happening in Britain."
Kate Middleton, in McQueen, Meets Those Affected by Riots in Birmingham With William