Kate Middleton Goes Monochrome In A Green Belted Midi-Dress

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The Duchess of Cambridge sports an all-green ensemble at a Family Action charity event

Kate Middleton has stepped out looking chic for the latest event on her royal agenda, paying a visit to the charity Family Action in Lewisham, south London. The Duchess of Cambridge dressed up in a green belted midi dress by Beulah for the event. For accessories, she followed the all-green colour scheme with a matching envelope clutch and suede pumps. 

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The organization supports families who experience poverty, disadvantage, or social isolation across the U.K., according to its official website. Part of the Duchess' visit is to celebrate the launch of its new service, FamilyLine, a free support line for parents and families.

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Prior to Kate's appearance today, she made a couple of appearances last week, marking her return to royal duties for 2019. She started off with a more casual event, visiting King Henry’s Walk Community Garden to meet with volunteers and participate in nature activities with local school children. The Duchess dressed down for the outdoorsy engagement, sporting skinny jeans and See by Chloé combat boots while making pizza with youngsters outdoors. 

Days later, she followed up with a visit to the Royal Opera House's costume department, which warranted a return to her usual ladylike wardrobe. The Duchess ditched the jeans and combat boots for a purple peplum skirt suit by Oscar de la Renta and embellished pumps by Rupert Sanderson. There, Kate learned about the department's responsibilities and chatted with dancers from the Royal Ballet about their costumes. 

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Kate and Prince William have not yet had a public engagement together this year, but he's also busy with a separately royal event. The Duke of Cambridge will speak with Sir David Attenborough about his "work highlighting the importance of the natural world and urgent challenges facing the next generation of environmental leaders," Kensington Palace announced. 


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