Catherine, Princess of Wales during tour of Kirkgate Market on January 31, 2023 in Leeds, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage)

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Kate Middleton is out and about introducing her latest initiative for the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood, Shaping Us, and she’s doing it in two very stylish looks.

On Monday, Catherine, the Princess of Wales was joined by her husband Prince William at the BAFTA headquarters in London for a pre-campaign launch event to raise awareness on the importance of early childhood development. The royal went bold in a bright red Alexander McQueen power suit, consisting of an Asymmetric blazer and matching tapered Mid-Rise Flared Crêpe trousers.

Prince William, Prince of Wales and Catherine, Princess of Wales attend a pre-campaign launch event, hosted by The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, at BAFTA on January 30, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Eddie Mulholland – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Middleton accessorized her ensemble with a pair of geometric dangling Chalk earrings, designed by jeweler and architect Malaika Carr. The royal previously wore them to the National Windrush Monument last June. Carrying a matching fire-engine red clutch, Middleton also coordinated in a pair of suede red pumps.

Following the red statement suit, the Princess adorned a cream-toned long-sleeve knit midi Victoria Beckham dress on Tuesday while on a visit at the University of Leeds.

Equipped with a matching leather belt with a gold square buckle, Middleton teamed the posh frock with a bespoke forest green double-breasted Alexander McQueen coat and brown suede Gianvito Rossi tall boots to keep warm. The Princess of Wales carried a small, matching green Manu Atelier handbag and accessorized with dainty gold hoop earrings.

Catherine, Princess of Wales during a visit to Kirkgate Market on January 31, 2023 in Leeds, England. The Princess of Wales is undertaking engagements in London and Leeds this week as part of the launch of a campaign to raise awareness of the unique importance of early childhood. (Photo by Anthony Devlin/Getty Images)

Middleton also launched a new Instagram account @earlychildhood, dedicated to the initiative. The Prince and Princess of Wales posted on their shared account saying, “Wonderful to bring together some of those who’ve been on the early years journey from the start, alongside a few new faces, for a sneak peek at the very special film at the heart of #ShapingUs.”

The royals wrote in another post, “Our earliest years shape the rest of our lives. From pregnancy to the age of five, the world around us, the people we meet, and the experiences we have are all #ShapingUs.”