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Kate Middleton wolf-whistles on royal tour

The Princess of Wales has stopped wolf-whistling as she heads to Yorkshire today.

Kate appeared to hear Do-Nott’s distinctive greeting to the crowds who gathered to see her at Leeds Kirkgate Market.

The wolf-whistle appeared to register with the future queen but she politely ignored it and walked past the stall to begin her new year campaign.

The royal did not appear offended, but just weeks after the incident it emerged that wolf-whistling could be made illegal under a new offense of harassing people on the street – with a prison sentence of up to two years.

This is when the Princess of Wales heard a wolf whistle targeting her in Leeds today

Kate continued to speak to the officer to her left but heard the cat calling

The Princess of Wales at Kirkgate Market in Leeds, West Yorkshire to launch the Shaping Us campaign

The Princess of Wales was pictured touring Leeds’ iconic market this morning. She wore a longline green coat, dark brown suede boots and a cream dress

Home Secretary Suella Braverman announced the move as she insisted criminals who stop women from feeling ‘safe’ must face ‘the consequences they deserve’.

He then spoke to market vendors to mark the launch of his Shaping You project, which aims to highlight the significance of the formative years of a child’s life.

The long-term initiative, launched on Tuesday by the Royal Foundation’s Center for Early Childhood, is said to be Kate’s ‘life’s work’, which she hopes will influence attitudes towards children in their early years.

Later, the princess will join a discussion with market vendors and local people to hear about their childhood experiences.

The Princess chose to visit Leeds today as part of the city’s ongoing ambition to become the UK’s best place for young people and children to grow up.

In 2012, the city launched Child Friendly Leeds with the belief that by investing in and supporting children, young people and their families, the whole city would see immediate and long-term social and economic benefits.

Leeds City Council, working with partners to deliver enrichment programs to improve outcomes, has seen the number of young people in care fall safely, more teenagers going into education, employment and training and better school attendance.

Leeds Kirkgate Market opened in 1857 and is home to hundreds of local independent businesses covering everything from fresh fruit and veg, butchers and fishmongers to a community library, cookery school and volunteer centre.

During last night’s BAFTA screening, the Princess of Wales described the Shaping Us program as her ‘life’s work’.

The Princess of Wales was all smiles as she spoke to staff at Kirkgate Market. She paired her cream dress with an emerald green Alexander McQueen coat and gold hoop earrings.

The Princess of Wales smiles at royal fans during her visit to Leeds Kirkgate Market

Kate waves to the crowds after her visit to Kirkgate Market in Leeds, West Yorkshire this morning

The Princess of Wales wore her hairstyle bouncy blow-dried and opted for a brown smokey eye for this afternoon engagement.

The Princess of Wales spoke to vendors who have worked at the market for over 30 years and members of the public about their reflections on the film.

The Princess of Wales waves to a young royal fan ahead of the launch of her new campaign, which focuses on the early years of childhood.

As she toured around the iconic market, the princess politely ignored a wolf whistle from a royal fan.

The royal mother-of-three spoke to a young royal fan and their mother as they toured Leeds market

The mother-of-three opted for minimal jewelery and styled her hair in a bouncy blow-dry for today’s engagement to mark the launch of her new campaign.

The Princess of Wales matched her emerald-studded coat with an old favorite suede handbag from Manu Atelier.

The Princess of Wales is pictured arriving at Kirkgate Market in Leeds this morning. He politely ignored a wolf whistle from a royal fan

The Princess of Wales teamed her emerald coat with a pair of dark brown suede boots as she hit Kirkgate Market in Leeds this morning.

The Princess of Wales was elegant in an emerald blazer today as she appeared in a new video to launch her new campaign to shine a spotlight on the crucial ‘early years’ of childhood.

The project, which launches today, is a long-term project by the princess, starting with how a child develops and the importance of the formative years.

It will ‘explore more deeply the importance of a child’s social and emotional world’ and the significance of relationships, ‘environment and experience’.

Earlier today, the princess appeared in a new video shared on her official social media pages, wearing a smart green blazer with a black scoop neck top underneath.

He said: ‘Our early childhood, the period from conception to the age of five, fundamentally shapes the rest of our lives.

Last night, Kate made a stylish splash in a red trouser suit as she launched the campaign in London, where she called it her ‘life’s work’

Kate, who was accompanied by her husband, Prince William, looked effortlessly elegant in her Studio 54-inspired suit with flared trousers, vertiginous heels and chandelier-style earrings.

‘But as a society we currently focus too much of our time and energy on later life.’

Kate explained that she is now launching the Shaping Us campaign, adding: ‘To raise awareness of the life-changing impact we have when we build a supportive, nurturing world around children and those who care for them.

‘By focusing our collective time, energy and resources on these most preventive years, we can make a huge difference to the physical and mental health and happiness of generations to come.

In the clip, the royal rocks her hair in a bouncy blow dry style, pulling some of it behind her shoulders.

Introducing the film at a BAFTA screening last night, the princess said: ‘The campaign is about the importance of childhood and how it shapes us as adults.

‘At this time we lay the foundations and building blocks for life. And this is when we learn to understand ourselves, learn to understand others, and learn to understand the world in which we live.

‘That’s why it’s essential, not only to understand the unique importance of our early years, but to know what we can all do to help raise future generations of happy, healthy adults.’

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