The Princess of Wales channeled her inner “Swiftie” during the royal outing.

Kate Middleton posed for photos with heart-shaped hands, replicating Taylor Swift’s signature move while uplifting the Welsh community, on Tuesday.

The royal couple shared on their X, formerly known as Twitter: “It is amazing to see the contributions of the Windrush generation reach far beyond today and beyond. Young people are given a platform to be a voice for change and build friendships and community.” account

Kate Middleton, left, poses like Taylor Swift with her signature move during the royal outing. (Beautiful images)

As the royal couple honored the start of Black History Month in the UK, they were welcomed with open arms when they stopped by the Grange Pavilion and met members of the Windrush Cymru Elders, Cymru 365 Black History and Minority Youth Forum.

Prince William, Prince of Wales and Catherine, Princess of Wales visit Fitzalan High School as they celebrate the start of Black History Month in Cardiff, Wales. (Beautiful images)

As the roayl couple learned about how each organization impacts the community, they also visited Fitzalan High School.

Catherine, Princess of Wales visits Fitzalan High School. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the HMT Empire Windrush, the Princess of Wales heard from pupils about the work they have been doing around black history. (Beautiful images)

“Bringing history to life at Fitzalan High School in Wales,” Middleton and William posted on social media. “The students’ fantastic work uses science, technology and art to explore their cultural heritage and the importance of the Windrush Generation in Tiger Bay.”

pinstriped suit with a white undershirt and gold buttons. She completed her look with black pointy heels.

William matched his wife wearing a black blazer and dark pants as he greeted guests.

Prince William, Prince of Wales embraces Professor Uzo Iwobi, founder of the Cymru Race Council, as he visits the Grange Pavilion to meet members of Windrush Cymru Elders, Black History Cymru 365 and the Youth Forum Minority for Wales. (Beautiful images)

The Prince of Wales embraced the Cardiff community and was seen embracing Professor Uzo Iwobi, founder of the Cymru Race Council.

Middleton and William also met members of the Cardiff Bay Warrior football team and played table tennis with some young Muslim women.

Catherine, Princess of Wales plays table tennis during a visit to the Grange Pavilion as they celebrate the start of Black History Month in Cardiff, Wales. (

His Royal Highness Prince William, Prince of Wales, speaks during the second Earthshot Prize Innovation Summit in New York City. (Beautiful images)

Their royal visit comes after the Prince of Wales recently traveled to the US to attend the second annual Earthshot Prize Innovation Summit.

He partners with global leaders to continue finding solutions to climate change around the world. William’s ambitious environmental program aims to find new ideas and technologies around the world to tackle climate change and Earth’s most pressing challenges.