Kate Middleton bloomed as she visited Naomi House Children's Hospice wearing a coat by Tara Jarmon
picked pretty pastel shades for her trip to Naomi House Hospice in Hampshire as she helped draw attention to Children’s Hospice Week. The Duchess of Cambridge bloomed as she stepped out in the spring colours looking her usual picture-perfect self.
To ensure the fashion mood was bright and sunny Kate Middleton wore a peach coat from Canadian designer Tara Jarmon with a £380 price tag, over an apricot dress from a private dressmaker.
To pull the look together the royal adopted a matchy-matchy approach in her much-loved L.K Bennett nude pumps and a clutch in the same pale hue. She wore her brunette waves in a side parting, keeping her look a little fresher.
On what was her second wedding anniversary the Duchess headed to Winchester today (Monday) and was presented with a posy of flowers by eight-year-old Sally Evans who suffers from spinal muscular atrophy.
During her visit the royal had a tour of the facilities at the hospice including the gardens and a hydrotherapy pool before she was the guest of honour at a tea party with children and families who have been helped by the charity.
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Kate Middleton was also treated to a special song written and performed by Ollie Wade whose brother Ben died in 2011 while being cared for at Naomi House.
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