The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out in London on Tuesday (Jan. 17) in a new creation by one of her favourite designers.
Kate looked radiant in Canadian-born designer Erdem's Evita dress to attend a briefing for the Heads Together campaign she launched with Princes William and Harry. The pretty silk dress features a bold floral print in punchy yellow, blue and berry hues. It originally retailed for £1,559 but has since sold out.
The 34-year-old swapped her signature L.K Bennett heels for a recycled pair of Tod's fringed burgundy heels and carried a burgundy clutch bag which perfectly complemented her dress.
A glossy blow dry and pearl earrings completed the look.
The royal trio spoke at a briefing to discuss how they plan to use the privilege of being Charity of the Year for the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon to raise awareness of the initiative and what we can expect to see from the campaign in the coming months.
The main goal of the campaign in the run up to the April marathon is to show people how important it is to just start a conversation with a friend, family member, colleague, or a professional when dealing with a mental health challenge.
The royals met a range of attendees at the briefing, including the Heads Together charity partners and representatives from the media, technology, business and voluntary sectors.
William, Harry and Kate launched the campaign last year in partnership with eight leading mental health charities and three founding partners.