For their first engagement of the day, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Salaam Baalak Trust, a non-governmental charity organization which provides support for street and working children in the inner city of New Delhi.
William and Kate visited the drop-in centre at Delhi railyway station, and then one of Salaam Baalak's temporary shelters for boys.
Kate wore a new full-length red patterned dress from fast-fashion British brand Glamorous (ID by Eva via @WhatKateWore).
The red navy border print maxi dress features long sleeves, lace up detail at the chest with a flared semi-sheer maxi length skirt. It retails for £50 and is also available at Amazon.
Kate complemented the peasant-style dress with her budget-friendly Filigree Bead Short Drop Earrings from Accessorize.
On her feet were a new pair of pointy-toe suede flats. What Would Kate Do was quick to identify the shoes as the Russell & Bromley XPRESSO Crossover Flat in blush suede (£175).
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