Today, Kate Middleton and Prince William unveiled a special memorial in London, and as usual, the future Queen Consort kept an eye on detail throughout the event.
Windrush Day is a celebration commemorating the arrival of Afro-Caribbean migrants to the United Kingdom aboard the Empire Windrush ship in 1948, and commemorating the continued contribution of immigrants to the British economy.
Middleton, 40, wore a pair of Art Deco-style earrings from Chalk ($85) a black woman-owned business.
The pair is available in both a gold and green colourway, with the duchess reportedly wearing the green-toned version.
Malaika Carr, a London-based designer, has a masterclass and hand-makes each piece; the Middletons earrings collection is based on the design of Londons Royal Opera House, which also has a connection to post-World War II.
After the war, the theatre reopened in 1946 and became England''s first permanent residence for opera and ballet.
HRH was fantastic in our Florence earrings. Carr explained the style of the earrings and the white suit.
Middleton wears a variety of accessories that convey a symbolic meaning for such events, including bee-themed hoops she wears to commemorate the Manchester terror attack anniversary in May.
The white Alexander McQueen trouser suit she wore in Jamaica this spring, but she used a different pair of trousers to go with the labels a single-breasted suiting blazer ($1,995) this time wearing a wide-legged style ($1,450) instead of a straight-fit pair she wore in the Caribbean.
She added white pointed-toe pumps and a go-to Mulberry bag to all of her outfits.
Middleton and Prince William visited Elevate, a youth organization that works with the British-Caribbean community and other diasporas to help develop skills in the creative and cultural sectors.
The royals have officially unveiled the National Windrush Monument at London''s Waterloo Station after completing a filming and editing workshop with students.
The statue, which depicts a man, woman, and a youngster holding hands on stacked luggage, symbolizes the courage, commitment, and resilience of the Caribbean migrants who have since started living in the United Kingdom from 1948 to 1971.
Middleton has stepped out in an Alexander McQueen trouser suit in recent days; she wore a pink version of the outfit for a roundtable discussion last week.