Kate hosted a new corporate task force to further the Princess of Wales's Early Childhood programme.

Princess Kate wore an Alexander McQueen ivory jacket with black leggings and stiletto shoes.

Amanda Berry, CEO of The Royal Foundation, said it's fantastic to see business leaders prioritizing early childhood development.

Dame Alison Rose, NatWest Group CEO, stressed the importance of early childhood development for businesses, the economy, and society.

The Princess's "Shaping Us" campaign promotes the first five years of a child's life.

Christian Guy was appointed as a new director to work with Kate on the project.

Guy is excited to join the Centre for Early Childhood and applauded the Princess's efforts to transform how we value early childhood.

The new task force aims to provide the support and resources needed for young children and their carers to thrive.

The involvement of businesses can have a transformative impact on the health and happiness of future generations.