The Duchess of Cambridge made a video call to Little Village this week to mark their 5th anniversary.
The charity is like a food bank, but for clothes, toys and equipment for babies and children up to the age of 5. Since their launched in 2016, Little Village has supported thousands of visits from families across London.
The Duchess premiered the L.K.Bennett Liv Cream Cotton-Merino Wool Collared Jumper for the Zoom chat with the Little Village founder and two mothers supported by the charity.
The 'Liv' sweater is crafted from a soft cotton and merino wool blend in cream, and features a Seventies-inspired collar, short placket with navy buttons, and navy stitch detail. LK Bennett's retro-inspired 'Liv' collection also includes a pink cardigan and a navy knitted dress.
We saw the return of the unidentified gold hoop earrings which Kate wore earlier this week for a chat with nursing students.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke via video link to nursing students from Ulster University’s School of Nursing, Newtownabbey, County Antrim on Tuesday afternoon.
William and Kate had a chat with Abigail about her experiences of working on the frontline of the COVID19 response in Northern Ireland.
The Duchess wore her black Alexander McQueen Tuxedo Jacket.
We finally got a better look at the round gem pendant necklace Kate has been wearing over the past few weeks.
From the photo above, it's clear the necklace is the Astley Clarke Round Stilla Lapis Lazuli Pendant Necklace, as first suggested by @LadyParky79. The £160 demi-fine pendant features a table-cut lapis lazuli gemstone, set in 18 carat yellow gold plated sterling silver. The 'Stilla' pendant is finished with a gold nugget detail and Astley Clarke's signature star-set lapis lazuli tag.
It appears Kate debuted a pair of small hoop earrings.
@GabiK_blogoKate suggests they could be the gold Missoma Baya Mini Hoop Earrings.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of Place2Be, spoke with teachers from Ribbon Academy in County Durham on Tuesday as part of Children's Mental Health Week.
The Duchess heard about the important work they have been doing during the pandemic to support children and their families, and thanked them for their efforts.
The full conversation is available to watch via YouTube:
Kate wore her blue Rebecca Taylor sparkle tweed ruffle jacket featuring a concealed snap front with split collar, patch pockets, ruffle hem and frayed finish throughout - all with a hint of sparkle.
She debuted the jacket and coordinating skirt in February of 2017 for the opening of a Ronald McDonald House in Lambeth (shown below).
In the video clip we see Kate wearing her Missoma Rhodochrosite Mini Pyramid Charm Hoop Earrings.
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