Prince William and Princess Kate Make First Public Appearance Since 'Spare' Release

The Prince and Princess of Wales have officially made their first public outing since Prince Harry's new memoir, Spare, was released, revealing shocking bombshells about his

fraught relationship with the Firm. Today, Prince William and Princess Kate headed to Merseyside, a county in England, to meet with people working in health care and mental

health support services. Their visit took them to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, where they toured new facilities, and the Open Door Charity, which works to support

young adults through community and mental health action. The couple coordinated in forest green and navy blue hues. Kate wore a green-and-blue plaid trench coat with golden

buttons. Underneath, she wore a dark blue midi dress cinched at the waist with a thin black leather belt. She finished the look with her signature black suede pumps and a green

handbag. Meanwhile, William wore a blue blazer, a green sweater layered over a light blue collared top, navy trousers, and dark brown suede

shoes. $22.42 Shop Now While the Waleses (and, for that matter, the rest of the British royal family) have yet to publicly comment on Harry's memoir,

Spare includes multiple allegations against the family, from William allegedly assaulting Harry during an argument about Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, to William and Kate reportedly

encouraging Harry to wear his now infamous Nazi costume to a Halloween party. Yet, in two new interviews that aired on ITV and CBS last Sunday, Harry spoke about his hopes

to one day reconcile with his family.