Yesterday Prince William and Kate Middleton visited Evelina London Children’s Hospital, which supports young children with rare conditions, and is the Duchess of Cambridge’s newest patronage.
For the occasion, she wore another great high-street number, which went down a treat with the crowds and the children alike.
The dark green polka dot midi number was by one of her favourite British brands, L.K.Bennett, and featured an elegant bow and pearl buttons down the front, as well as on-trend balloon sleeves.
She expertly teamed the dress with some moss green suede pumps by Gianvitto Rossi and matching clutch bag, also by L.K.Bennett. She wore another green outfit recently which Prince William joked made her look like a Christmas tree.
Kate spent the day playing with kids, much to their delight. Announcing the patronage earlier in the day, Kensington Palace said, ‘Through visits to hospitals and hospices The Duchess has seen first-hand the impact that comprehensive care and support can have upon young children. Her Royal Highness’s new patronage of Evelina London provides an opportunity to champion the medical professionals working on the front-line in children’s healthcare, and shine a light on their work supporting children in their early years.’