Kate watches Prince William adoringly as royal couple enjoy play date with young kids

Prince William and Princess Kate were seen enjoying a playdate with children as they undertook a royal engagement.

The Prince and Princess of Wales were seen visiting children at a nursery in the Rainbow Centre in Scarborough on Tuesday (3 November), where the royal couple took a tour around the facilities and spent some time interacting with the children.

The couple were seen laughing and smiling as they interacted with the children and staff at the centre, which offers help and support to local people in need.

Kate, 40, looked radiant in a smart outfit that featured an elegant dress and long coat in a camel-coloured hue.

She also wore a pair of light brown stiletto heels and clutched a small handbag in one hand, completing her outfit with a small red poppy for Remembrance Day pinned to her coat.


Her husband Prince William, also 40, wore a light shirt and burgundy jumper, alongside a pair of dark coloured trousers and matching jacket which, like his wife, also had a red poppy attached to it.

The couple were greeted by a large crowd as they arrived at the event, before heading inside to meet the children and the staff, to talk about the Rainbow Centre’s work in helping members of the local community.

Earlier that day, the Prince and Princess first travelled to The Street – a community hub that hosts local organisations, helping them to grow and develop their services.



The royal couple met a ‘grant panel’ of young people to learn about how money will be given out and how it will help young people in Scarborough.

A source told Sky News that the Prince and Princess of Wales are focusing on the cost of living crisis as they look to revamp royal visits to create a "lasting impact and legacy".

While it is understood the royal couple are mindful of their own privileged position, it is said that they are not “shying away” from the cost of living issue and are keen to "support the hard-pressed" in parts of the country that need help.


The couple’s latest royal visit follows an engagement last month where mum-of-three Kate made a subtle sweet gesture as she stood next to her husband, with a body language expert claiming that the couple "seem to have launched a new era of PDAs."

Kate and William are rarely seen showing affection to one another in public, but at the recent event Kate could be seen placing her hand on William's back as they greeted staff at the arena.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, body language expert Judi James analysed Kate's gesture and revealed that the Waleses want to be "viewed as a strong and very loving team".


She said: "The body language displays from William and Kate today seem to have launched a new era of PDAs from the pair, who seem keen to signal their move up to direct heirs to the throne and to the title of Prince and Princess of Wales is not going to make their body language more formal or less natural and revealing, in fact quite the opposite.

"This is the couple signalling they want to be viewed as a strong and very loving team, both professionally and privately."

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