Kate Middleton looked chic today in an emerald green smock dress. The long-sleeved number had 60s inspired pocket details with black buttons. The Duchess added a black clutch, black tight and black boots. Her hair was blowdried and she wore tiny gold leaf earrings.
The children gathered at the school sang a sweet song for Kate.
Another gave the Duchess of Cambridge a posey.
Kate Middleton wore a bright green dress from Eponine London.
This is not the first time Kate wore an item from the brand. In November Kate recycled a navy £1,650 coat dress for a visit to McLaren.
She wore the Lauren Pave diamond Leaf earrings in yellow gold, which cost £1,833.33.
Kate wore on her feet the L.K. Bennett Marissa black suede ankle boots currently reduced from £295 to £199.
Kate wore the earrings when she was on a tour of Canada in 2011.
Kensington Palace tweeted: “The Duchess of Cambridge arrives at Lavender Primary School — which she is visiting in support of @Place2Be’s #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek.
“This year’s theme is ‘Healthy: Inside and Out’, focusing on the connection between physical and mental health.”
Kate was pictured joining in with lessons at the London primary.
The palace tweeted: “With Year 2 Teacher Ms Monk The Duchess of Cambridge joins pupils sharing objects which represent something that makes them feel good…#ChildrensMentalHealthWeek.”
Kate Middleton decorated with Ikea in her children’s bedrooms, it has been revealed.
She and Prince William made the revelation at the National Museum of Architecture and Design in Stockholm in 2018.
The Duke and Duchess have lived in their Kensington Palace home since they married in 2011.
Kensington Palace will remain the Cambridge family’s home until William becomes King, when he is likely to move into Buckingham Palace with Kate and the children.
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