A well-wisher’s surprise moment with the Princess of Wales left her stunned when she got a reply after praising her looks. The princess had been on a walkabout in Warsaw, Poland, back in 2017. Like many royal outings, crowds had turned up to meet the Prince and Princess. After the chance meet, Magda Mordaka revealed what the Princess said after one member of the group commented on the 41-year-old’s looks.

Ms Mordaka said: “We are fans of the British monarchy. We have a Facebook group.

“We love [Kate’s] style and her contact with people. We were waiting for this visit from the very beginning. What would she wear? Would she bring the children?

After the group commented on how Kate is “beautiful” and “perfect”, Kate reponded by telling them that “it’s just the make-up”.

Earlier this week, Kate hosted an inaugural meeting of the taskforce at NatWest’s headquarters in London.


The meeting, which took place on Tuesday, was conducted with companies such as Aviva, Co-op and Iceland.

The 41-year-old arrived dressed every inch the businesswoman.

Kate opted for a crisp white blazer with a top to match, black trousers and black stilettos.

The royal, who was also seen clutching a bunch of notes, gave a speech to attendees about the importance of the early years.

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Earlier this year, the Princess launched her major early years campaign, Shaping Us.

The campaign marks the Princess of Wales’s first major project under new royal title.

The new campaign, which will highlight the importance of early childhood, has been described as Kate’s “life’s work”.

Speaking of her “life’s work” on Tuesday, Kate told attendee that the “wellbeing of the adults in a child’s life is the single most important factor in the healthy development of children”.

Mother-of-three Kate is known for her long-standing passion in the early years, with her work leading to the creation of her own major project.

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