Kate Middleton Steps Out in a Green Dress for a Mental Health Charity Visit
Kate Middleton has been making the rounds for Mental Health Awareness Week. In her second outing, she visited one of her favorite charities, the Anna Freud Centre, to meet with mental health experts and discuss new research in the field.
The Princess of Wales is the patron of the Anna Freud Centre, which says its mission is to “to close the gap in wellbeing and mental health by advancing, translating, delivering and sharing the best science and practice with everyone who impacts the lives of children and families.”
For the visit, the princess opted to wear an elegant emerald green dress from Suzannah London. If the dress looks familiar, it’s because she has previously worn it in white to Wimbledon in 2019 and again in 2020. Princess Kate paired the London look with Alessandra Rich pumps and Accessorize earrings, and styled her hair in signature soft waves.
Earlier this week, Princess Kate met with children from St. Katherine’s School in Bristol who are affiliated with The Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, a mentoring program that pairs retired athletes with disadvantaged youth.
Her outings come on the heels of the coronation celebrating her father-in-law King Charles. For the big event, Kate wore a white Alexander McQueen dress with a silver flower crown. Her look matched her daughter Princess Charlotte’s, who also wore a dress by Alexander McQueen.
At the coronation concert, held at Windsor Castle, Princess Kate wore a two-piece suit featuring a wrap blazer and flared slacks also by Alexander McQueen. She accessorized the look with a Van Cleef & Arpels silver necklace hung with floral shapes.
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