The Princess of Wales has once again put her incredible spring wardrobe on display.
On a visit to London-based charity Anna Freud, one of her longest-standing patronages, Princess Kate stepped out in a silk crepe shirt dress in a rich emerald hue from Suzannah London. The piece, a reinterpretation of a 1940s style, includes a collar, navy silk-covered buttons down the center, shapely pin-tucks at the waist and shoulders, and a matching belt. She wore the elegant dress with a pair of two-tone Alessandra Rich slingback pumps and large gold pendant earrings.
The princess’s visit today caps off her solo outings for Mental Health Awareness Week. She spent some time at the Dame Kelly Homes Trust, a youth development charity, on Tuesday.
Anna Freud, which Kate became the patron of in 2016, works with young people, mental health practitioners, educators, and families on research that can improve mental health across different communities.
With the organization preparing to launch its new “Let’s Talk About Anxiety” teacher tool kit, Kate joined a roundtable discussion with Anna Freud staffers who helped research and develop the kit.
The visit also marks a continuation of the princess’s work in the realm of early childhood development. Earlier this year, Kate’s Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood kicked off her milestone Shaping Us campaign, which aims to increase public awareness of the significance of a child’s first five years of life.
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