The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge teamed up with Britain's Queen of TV cookery Mary Berry to cook up a festive feast to thank people connected to their patronages who will be working over the Christmas period.
The events were filmed by Shine TV for the BBC as part of an hour-long TV special called A Berry Royal Christmas, which airs on December 16.
The Duchess looked festive in a new red and white patterned dress from Alessandra Rich's AW19 collection (US$1,940).
Crafted in Italy from lightweight silk, it's printed with small polka dots and petals. It has structured padded shoulders and the pleated skirt falls to a sweeping midi length. The off-the-rack dress features a keyhole neckline but Kate's version has a pussy-bow tie. The dress is currently reduced to $970 at Net-a-Porter, and down to $1,110 at Matches Fashion. It is full price at Moda Openadi.
It appears Kate wore the diamond and pearl earrings on permanent loan from the Queen.
Mary Berry accompanied William and Kate on several of their engagements throughout the year, where she got to learn more about the charities the royal couple support. The visits will be highlighted during the TV special. The photo below was taken during Kate's engagement at RHS Garden Wisley in September.
Mary also accompanied Kate to a private visit to The Brink, the UK’s first dry bar set up by Action on Addiction.
In this never-before-seen photo, the Duchess is wearing a dark ribbed knit top and a-line skirt, topped with a black belt and black suede boots. I will update the post if outfit details become available.
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