This morning, Prince William and his beautiful wife Kate visited the area in Birmingham where three men were killed during last week's riots.
The couple began their visit with a private meeting with the parents of the men who died. Then the pair went on to chat with local residents and business people at Summerfield Community Centre in Winson Green.
Kate looked sophisticated in a military-inspired outfit by Alexander McQueen (Pre-Fall 2011 collection). The outfit, consisted of a £795 cream, silk-georgette blouse tucked into a £580 navy-blue, button-embellished wool-crepe skirt, from the collection designed by Sarah Burton.
The blouse is available at Net-A-Porter in select sizes as of this writing. Description from the Net-A-Porter Website:
'Cream sheer silk-georgette, navy trims, stand collar, gold button-fastening epaulets, long sleeves, button-fastening cuffs, military-style frogging at front, flared hem. Concealed button and snap fastenings through front. 100% silk'
The skirt is also available at Net-A-Porter in sizes 40 - 46 (size 38 is sold out). Description from the Net-A-Porter website:
'Navy wool-crepe, gold anchor-embossed button embellishment, front flap, two side slant pocket details, two symmetrical front slits, seam detail, fully lined. Concealed zip and hook fastenings at side. 100% wool; lining: 71% acetate, 29% silk'
Kate wore her shiny hair loose and accessorized with her Prada Suede Pointed Court Shoes. Keeping her jewelry simple, she chose diamond and sapphire cabochon dangle earrings as well as her diamond and sapphire engagement ring.
Photo credit: Diana's Jewels