The Duchess of Cambridge visited East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) in Quidenham today for an update on the progress of the £10m The Nook Appeal which she helped launch in 2014.
EACH provides supportive services for families with seriously ill children. Catherine has supported the charity as Royal Patron since January 2012.
The Duchess looked elegant and ready for business in an emerald green skirt suit from one of her favorite high street brands, Hobbs. She premiered the green boiled-wool 'Sinead' peplum jacket (£189) and matching 'Sinead' pencil skirt (£110) from the British brand. They are older season pieces from the Hobbs AW 2015 collection and have unfortunately sold out.
Kate teamed the zipped collarless jacket with a playful Peter Pan collar blouse by French fashion house Gerard Darel - a brand first for the Duchess. ID by @MiddletonMaven.
She wore the label's 'Josephine' silk shirt featuring a frilled collar with a black pussy bow, along with buttoned cuffs. The blouse originally retailed for £175 but has been reduced to £105 on the Gerard Darel website. You can also find the brand at UK department store, John Lewis.
Today we saw the return of Kate's trusty Mulberry 'Bayswater' Black Suede Clutch and Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito 105' Black Suede Pumps.
The Duchess finished the look with her KIKI Morganite Cushion Drop & Diamond Earrings.
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