The Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise visit to Evelina London Sunshine House to meet with the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership team, as part of her research and engagement with the Early Years sector.
The visit was embargoed until Kate’s arrival today.
The Family Nurse Partnership is a voluntary home visiting programme for first time parents aged 24 & under. The Duchess spoke with parents who have been through the programme to better understand how it has helped them and their children.
TOP: Equipment Slim Signature polka-dot washed-silk shirt (US$280). ID by @Palace_Avenue and @carolinepparr.
TROUSERS: Zara black culottes (£29.99). ID by @carolinepparr.
SHOES: Gianvito Rossi Piper 85 Black Suede Pumps (repeat).
EARRINGS: Accessorize Simple Filigree Short Drop Earrings (repeat).
The Duchess of Cambridge opened the 'Back to Nature' play garden at RHS Garden Wisley on Tuesday and attended the Back to Nature festival to mark the culmination of the RHS garden project.
Kate wore a floral print dress by Emilia Wickstead.
The pale blue shirt dress with buckled belt is made from light and breathable seersucker and decorated with Emilia Wickstead's signature 'Rosewood' florals.
The duchess teamed the dress with her Monsoon 'Fleur' Suede Espadrilles.
She topped off the pretty ensemble with a new pair of gold dangle earrings believed to be the Simple Filigree Short Drop Earrings from Accessorize (£5.00).
The Cambridge family celebrated a milestone today. Princess Charlotte started school and joined her big brother, Prince George, at Thomas’s Battersea.
The royal siblings were accompanied by their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for this special occasion.
Kate and William looked on proudly as Charlotte greeted the teacher.
Fresh from summer holidays, Kate glowed in her Michael Kors Carnation Georgette Shirtdress. She was first spotted wearing the patterned dress en-route to Windsor castle for Prince Harry's and Meghan Markle's royal wedding rehearsal in May 2018.
It appears Kate wore her navy Prada Navy Suede Pointy Toe Pumps.
The Duchess finished the look with her Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings.
As anticipated, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are spending the part of their summer with the Queen and Prince Philip at their Scottish holiday home, Balmoral Castle.
Members of the royal family attended a church service on Sunday at the nearby Crathie Kirk. Kate and William joined the Queen in Her Majesty's Bentley as they made their way to the service.
The Duchess wore a new coat by Guinea London (ID by Samantha Salazar). This is the first occasion we have seen Kate don a piece from the British brand which was only established a couple of years ago in 2017.
She wore the label's Navy Herringbone Wool Trench Coat (£525), a design which fuses the styling of a military greatcoat with the flowing shape of a '60s maxi coat. The 100% wool tweed is offset with velvet trims at the cuffs and back.
It's believed Kate wore her MICHAEL Michael Kors Peacock Print Shirt Dress under the coat.
She complemented the outfit with her navy Lock & Co hat which Kate has worn on a number occasions since she debuted it in 2016 at a service marking the 75th anniversary of the Royal Air Force Cadets.
The Duchess finished the elegant ensemble with her Asprey London Oak Leaf Small Hoop Earrings.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hosted the inaugural King’s Cup today on the Isle of Wight.
Originally scheduled for Friday, the yachting regatta had to be held today due to adverse weather conditions forecast for tomorrow. The event is in aid of Kate and William's patronages.
The Duchess arrived at the Royal Yacht Squadron in Cowes wearing a new Sandro striped frill knit top (US$190).
The terracotta striped cotton-blend top has a fitted silhouette with a round neck, short sleeves, ribbed knit, and finished with flared and frilled trims.
She teamed it with her L.K. Bennett 'Parker' Button Waist Trousers. Coincidentally she first wore these pants for the launch of the King's Cup in March.
Kate kept it casual with her white Superga Cotu Canvas Sneakers.
She finished the look with her KIKI Lauren Yellow Gold Diamond Pave Leaf Earrings.
Not long after arriving, Kate switched to sailing gear for the regatta.
The crews were outfitted in custom King’s Cup designs by Gill Marine. The pieces included a silver-grey Team Softshell Jacket (US$155), white SailGP Crew Polo (US$60), and blue SailGP Race Cap (US$40).
On her feet Kate wore a new pair of grey mesh sneakers. They are the New Balance 611 Cross Trainer (US$55.95). Thanks to @Japanese_Ginger for the ID.
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