Hair salons recently reopened in the U.K., and it looks like Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was just as eager as anyone to refresh her lockdown 'do!
The former Kate Middleton, 38, sported lighter strands with warm, honey-colored highlights during a recent public appearance shared on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's Instagram.
🙌🌟 Say hello to @bbctinyhappypeople! Tune into @bbcbreakfast 📺 on Tuesday 14th July to join The Duchess of Cambridge and three families involved in its creation. Tiny Happy People is a BBC Education initiative providing a range of free digital resources, specifically designed to support parents and carers in developing children’s language from pregnancy to the age of four. Take a look at the resources via the link in our bio #TinyHappyPeople
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Her summery new style includes shorter layers that frame her face and accentuate her cheekbones. As usual, she styled the new cut into a shiny, bouncy blowout.
The duchess paired her new hairstyle with a black-and-white polka dot dress from one of her favorite designers, Emilia Wickstead. She completed the look with her go-to summer shoes, her Castaner wedges.
The Duchess of Cambridge has endorsed the national launch of Tiny Happy People — a BBC Education initiative designed to provide resources and support to parents and carers of children up to the age of four. Recognising the significance of the project to supporting parents as they guide their children through the earliest years of life, The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will collaborate with the BBC 🤝 as they continue to develop and roll out @bbctinyhappypeople. Tiny Happy People resources are easy to build into a daily routine and proven to deliver great results for parents and their young children — visit the link in our bio to see the resources.
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The duchess sported the chic look as she introduced BBC's Tiny Happy People educational initiative, which "(provides) a range of free digital resources, specifically designed to support parents and carers in developing children's language from pregnancy to the age of four," according to Kensington Palace's Instagram post.
This isn't the first time the duchess has rocked a lighter hair color with warm highlights. She sported a similar shade back in October during a visit to the Natural History Museum in London.
Soon after, though, she switched back to a darker hue. In one of her last royal engagements before lockdown began, the duchess rocked brunette strands with longer layers during a visit to Ireland in early March.
As of late June, she was still sporting medium brunette strands, foregoing her signature, wavy blowout for a straighter, more casual look.