When it comes to style, there’s hardly anyone who does it better than HRH the Duchess of Cambridge. After stunning in an Alexander McQueen gown at the BAFTAs, the royal turned heads at two events in the same day!


First, it was at a Mental Health in Education Conference. Middleton 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.

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The Duchess showed up in a gorgeous tweed suit, reportedly by Dolce & Gabanna. With her hair blow dried to perfection, the royal paired the smart wear with dark stockings and her favourite black suede pumps by Tod’s. She also accessorized with a pair of morganite diamond pink and gold drop earrings by Kiki McDonough. Finally, she carried a black suede Mulberry clutch.

Kate’s makeup was matte to perfection. Dark eyes and a nude lip complimented her outfit to a T.

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Later in the day, the royal stunned everybody in a gorgeous Gucci gown at the “100 Women In Finance” gala. The gala dinner took place at the Victoria & Albert Museum, of which she is a royal patron. The Duchess wore her hair down, but pinned away from her face. And adorned sparkling heels by Oscar de la Renta.

To accessorize, she carried a raspberry clutch by Prada, and also wore the same earrings she had worn at Pippa Middleton’s wedding.

Her makeup for the evening was more dewy. Smoked out liner and a sheer lip did not take away from her natural radiance. Subtle contour and a peach pink blush only upgraded the look.


While the Duchess was discussing mental health issues, her husband, the Duke of Cambridge was prepping meals with The Passage. (a homeless charity of which he is now a royal patron.)

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