The Duchess of Cambridge will lead an online assembly on Kindness for the Oak National Academy tomorrow (Thursday 18th June) in her role as Patron of Place2Be.
The video was recorded last week and a snippet was released today. The Duchess will use a lesson plan from the charity's Mentally Healthy Schools Platform, where schools can find hundreds of resources to help them support their pupils' wellbeing.
Tune in from 10 am (local time) tomorrow to watch the full assembly which will be available on Youtube:
Kate wore a floral print garment by M&S. The print is available on a dress and top from the UK retailer. At this point, I'm not sure which piece the Duchess wore.
An elasticated shirring detail creates a waist-defining silhouette, while short sleeves with pleating at the shoulders add volume. Below is a closer look at the floral cabbage print.
The Duchess of Cambridge has shared a message encouraging people to take part in her 'Hold Still' community-based photography project with the National Portrait Gallery of London.
Since its launch in early May, some 12,000 images have been submitted so far. Deadlines for entries close on 18th June.
In today's video, Kate is seen wearing her ultra-blue Stella McCartney 'Ridley' Stretch Cady Dress and Accessorize Twisted Circle Drop Earrings.
The Duchess of Cambridge went on a virtual tour of Clouds House, an Action on Addiction treatment center in Wiltshire. Kate spoke with current clients & those accessing the online Clouds aftercare service to see how they have been doing throughout the coronavirus lockdown period.
On the video call held last week, Action on Addiction’s CEO Graham Beech gave The Duchess a virtual tour and spoke about the importance of reaching out for help during the pandemic.
Kate wore a red button front blouse with contrast collar lining. I will update the post if it's identified. It appears the Duchess accessorised with her Daniella Draper hoops which form part of the shamrock charm earrings Kate debuted in Ireland.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge marked Volunteers’ Week on Wednesday, speaking to volunteers in different parts of the United Kingdom to thank them for the support that they provide to their communities.
William and Kate held video calls with volunteers from two organisations that rely on their volunteer networks to help run and support their services: Conscious Youth which is based in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, and Machynlleth Community Corona Response in Powys, Wales.
The Duchess wore her white M.i.h Jeans 'Mabel' broderie-anglaise cotton shirt which she debuted at last year's Chelsea Flower Show.
Kate accessorized with her budget-friendly Accessorize Twisted Circle Drop Earrings which she first wore during the Royal Visit to Ireland in March.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have paid tribute to Australia's frontline workers in a video message released by Kensington Palace today to mark the country's inaugural Thank a First Responder Day.
The Duchess appears to have worn her yellow Roksanda Ilincic colour-block dress which she debuted on the steps of the Sydney Opera House during the 2014 royal tour.
The dress is a custom version of the designer's 'Ryedale' wool-crepe dress. Kate's dress is rendered in yellow with ivory block accents. The original design was also modified with a square neckline and fitted sleeves.
With her hair pulled back in a half up-do it was easy to spot her gold Catherine Zoraida Fern Drop Earrings.
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