The Duchess of Cambridge visited Family Action's Lewisham centre today, which provides support for children and families in South London.
Kate was on hand to launch their new service ‘FamilyLine’ – which uses a network of volunteers from across the country to support parents & carers through phone calls, email and texts.
The Duchess also meet carers and volunteers involved in the charity which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year.
Kate wore a custom version of Beulah London's 'Yahvi' dress (£550).
Made from 100% wool crepe, the olive green midi-length frock features a darted bodice, fitted waist, puffed sleeves, a-line skirt and decorative button detailing at the left side.
Kate’s dress does not have the fluted sleeve and instead is fashioned with a three button cuff.
The Duchess defined the waist of the dress with her green croc-embossed belt. First worn at the 2014 St Patrick’s Day parade at Mons Barracks, the piece remains unidentified.
Kate carried her LK Bennett 'Dora' Khaki Suede Clutch, and on her feet she wore her Gianvito Rossi 'Gianvito' 85 dark olive suede pumps (US$675).
She topped off the look with her Kiki Green Amethyst Cushion & Diamond Earrings.
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