Kate Middleton and Prince William are getting back to work! Nearly six months after the birth of their third child, Prince Louis, the couple attended their first joint royal engagement in London on Tuesday, where they championed a cause close to their hearts: mental health.
Kate and Will stepped out together to attend the inaugural Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit at London’s County Hall, where they learned what different countries and international organizations are doing to improve mental health.
For the joint outing, Kate opted to wear her long-sleeved Emilia Wickstead dress, which she previously wore while visiting Germany last year, People reported.
This is Kate and Will’s first joint royal engagement since they welcomed Prince Louis in April.
After five months of maternity leave, Kate returned to her royal duties last week when she visited children in Paddington, London. Kate played outside with the children in an effort to highlight the connection between outdoor play and improved mental health.
It was the first time Kate had been spotted since she attended her new sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s wedding on May 19.
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