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Kate Middleton wows in a £180 purple midi dress with floral print
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, looked comfortably elegant in a purple midi dress with floral print in a visit to the East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH), her second outing since the coronavirus pandemic hit.
The Duchess looked very fresh in the dress with v-neckline and puffy sleeves as she joined the hospice's volunteer gardener in starting a plant garden that the children will soon enjoy.
EACH provides for the care and support of young people and children who have life-threatening conditions as well as for their families in East Anglia.
The activity was to mark the end of the Children Hospice Week. Aside from helping in planting plants, the mother of three also met and thanked the staff of EACH for the work that they do.
The dress was appropriate for the visit as it looked breezy. The Duchess paired it with a nude ankle strap espadrilles and gold circular earrings.
The crepe midi dress was part of the 2020 Summer collection of the Faithfull the Brand and costs £180.
Kate Middleton's first outing was to visit the Fakenham Garden Centre near Norfolk last week where she got the plants that she used for the EACH visit.
She was spotted then wearing a light blue linen shirt which she had first worn in 2019 at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The Duchess is known to recycle her wardrobe perhaps in keeping with the image of modest living that the Royal family is projecting.
She is also known to buy her clothes from the high street fashion brands and causes the clothes she wears to sell out.
The Duchess, and husband, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, are isolating at Anmer Hall, their country home in Norfolk together with their three children—Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2.