Kate was very emotional, she was in tears and very moved by the events. We all were.
This afternoon, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited South Africa House in Trafalgar square to sign the condolence book for Nelson Mendala who passed away last week. The royal couple were at the UK premiere of Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, a film celebrating Nelson Mandela's life, when the news of his death was broken to them. The film's Producer, Harvey Weinstein said,
Kate wore an appropriate black polka dot skirt suit for the occasion. The suit consists of a matching fitted jacket and pencil skirt. Kate has worn this ensemble in the past and it dates as far back as 2007 when she wore it to on art opening in Dublin. It remains unidentified.
Today, Kate paired the suit with her beloved Episode Angel suede pumps.
Kate accessorized with her Annoushka pearl drop/Kiki hoop earrings and her new £3,950 Mappin & Webb 'Fortune Drop' white gold necklace which we first saw her wear last week during her visit to the Shooting Stars Hospice.
I have retired the "Bits and Bobs" section of the website and started a new segment title "Kate News" which is dedicated to the latest news and photos of the Duchess of Cambridge and her style.