The Duchess of Cambridge showed us exactly how to do that whole lady in red thing on Tuesday afternoon. Kate, who is now 18 weeks pregnant with the second royal baby, was at the launch of the East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH) appeal at the Norfolk Showground in Norwich.
The duchess was all smiles as she greeted Chief executive of EACH Graham Butland, children from Queen's Hill Primary School and hundreds of eager guests.
As for the beautiful red, three-quarter-length sleeved dress by designer Catherine Walker? Kate teamed it perfectly with black suede heels and matching black clutch complete with dainty silver necklace and stunning green amethyst and diamond drop earrings by Kiki McDonough.
In a message prior to her visit, the duchess, who has been Royal Patron for the charity since 2012 said: "I greatly admire the dedication, generosity and achievements of the charity's supporters and volunteers, and look forward to seeing the progress of this campaign."
And it looks like the 32-year-old royal was pretty overwhelmed by it all. The charity supports children with life-threatening conditions as well as their families so it's guaranteed to be something Kate feels passionately about.
Brilliant cause and we get to see Kate out and about on royal duty.
And for those always on royal watch, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to attend a swanky fundraising dinner at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan during their three-day tour of America in December.
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