She was joined by Prince William to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

By Alicia Brunker
Feb 28, 2021 @ 11:41 am

As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues in the U.K., Kate Middleton and Prince William are doing their part to raise awareness. Earlier this week, the royal couple hopped on Zoom to speak with high-risk individuals eligible for the jab, and for the video call, Kate served yet another fashionable look from the waist up.

In a clip shared to Instagram, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a white deep V-neck bodysuit from British brand Holland Cooper underneath a dark green Smythe blazer. Both appear to be royal rewears, as Kate first was spotted in a similar bodysuit last month, and the wool jacket, in 2016.

During the call, Kate and Will spoke to Shivali Modha, who has type 2 diabetes, and Fiona Doyle, a woman with asthma, about their experiences during the pandemic and on getting vaccinated. "I have always been somebody who truly believes in vaccines, and I truly believe in science and medicine," Doyle told the couple. "I think that it's the best way to look ahead to have a much brighter future and go back to normality. I really hope that as many people as possible, when they get called up for it, take it."

Modha shared a similar sentiment, adding: "I think it's important that we now move forward and I'm hopeful that more and more people do realize how important it is that they get their vaccination. And how lucky we are that we're even able to access it. Just like this condition, this virus, the idea of this vaccination is new. But the more people that get it you realize that actually it is helpful."

Last month, Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip, received the COVID vaccine, and this week, the British monarch discussed her experience in a video call with health leaders in the U.K., revealing "it didn't hurt at all."