The Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a Goat dress.
The Duchess of Cambridge is out and about on a royal visit to the Blessed Sacrament School in north London today.
A beaming Kate Middleton arrived in Islington wearing a pink Goat dress, her obligatory nude heels and a new half-up ‘do.
The pretty Scarlett Belted Shift Pencil Dress is available to buy now from My-Wardrobe and is on sale at £308 down from £440.
At the Blessed Sacrament School, Kate will see first-hand the work of the M-PACT Plus project she and comedian John Bishop launched in Manchester last year to help families affected by addiction.
She’ll be able to talk to people involved with the work funded by The Royal Foundation and Comic Relief, and delivered by charities Place2Be and Action on Addiction.
The charities aim to provide support for schoolchildren affected by a parent’s drug or alcohol misuse.
The Duchess has previously spoken of her desire to help kids who are affected by their parents’ addiction problems. Speaking at Willows Primary School in Manchester last year, she said: ‘Last year I asked The Royal Foundation, which I share with William and Harry, what could be done to help these children in partnership with our foundation, Comic Relief work, to explore this issue.
‘Today it gives me an enormous feeling of pride and excitement to launch a programme that will bring this research to life.
‘Addiction is a hugely complex and destructive disease and its impact can be simply devastating, she added. ‘All too often, lives and families can be shattered by it. My hope is that through this specialist and targeted delivery of care, these children will have the best possible start in life – the one that they deserve.’
UPDATE: Kate’s Goat dress is now virtually sold out, with just one size 16 left.