Following a busy weekend attending the BAFTA Awards in London, Kate Middleton has stepped out today for The Royal Foundation’s ‘Mental Health in Education’ conference.
According to the official Heads Together website, “The Duchess of Cambridge will meet Head Teachers from a number of schools that are currently piloting The Royal Foundation’s ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’ programme,” which she helped to launch last year. The day’s schedule is set to be busy, featuring a plethora of talks, discussions, and workshops.
Kate is committed to supporting young people and children in England, and the ‘Mentally Healthy Schools’ initiative is part of her move to ensure that schools are equipped to support the mental health needs of their students.
Kate arrived at the conference wearing a smart suit:
Per Twitter account @KateMCambridge, Kate wore a stunning pair of morganite diamond pink and gold drop earrings by Kiki McDonough, which are still available to shop:
@KateMCambridge also suggested that Kate’s stunning tweed suit could be custom McQueen. To complete the outfit, the Duchess of Cambridge wore her beloved black suede pumps by Tod’s, and carried a black suede Mulberry clutch. You can shop similar Mulberry clutches now:
At the BAFTAs on Sunday night, Kate wore a stunning one-shoulder gown by Alexander McQueen. The white dress, which had intricate flowers adorning its shoulder strap, was the perfect outfit to wear on the red carpet. As the President of BAFTA, Prince William attends the ceremony each year, and is usually accompanied by his wife, Kate.
The Duchess of Cambridge accessorized her flawless BAFTA look with a pair of diamond and pearl dangle earrings which belonged to Princess Diana. Prince William’s wife regularly wears iconic pieces from Diana’s extensive jewelry collection, as well as being inspired by her legendary style, which is always a sweet tribute to her late mother-in-law.
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