My goodness: Kate Middleton has really stepped up the royal engagements! One night after stepping out with Prince William for the UK premiere of ‘Spectre,’ Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge stepped out solo for the 100 Women in Hedge Funds (100WHF) Gala at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum to support The Art Room.
Kate wore a floral Edem gown. We in the United States certainly find the red, white, and blue patriotic, although I doubt that was the intention of the designer ;). I’m absolutely loving that clutch.
Earlier in the day the Duchess had yet another royal engagement to learn more about a children mentoring program.
The Duchess of Cambridge meets children supported by Chance UK, along with their parents and mentors. Chance UK offers an early intervention programme to change the challenging behaviour of children aged 5-11 through mentoring and family support. The charity helps over 200 children across six London boroughs each year. Photo ©Press Association
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She is really stepping it up with the public appearances! Normally I’m not a fan of pleated skirts, like the gray dress she wore for her daytime engagement, or floral prints, like the frock she wore to the gala, but I’m a fan of both of these outfits. What do you think of Kate’s floral gown for the gala? Not everyone was a fan of the gown she wore for ‘Spectre.’ Did she redeem herself with this Erdem frock?
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