Wherever Duchess Kate goes, she always wears her heart on her sleeve. This was especially true during her Tuesday (Jan. 22) outing to Family Action, where she helped to launch the 150-year-old charity's new free helpline called FamilyLine. Kate looked no further than one of her go-to labels, Beulah London, for a pretty bottle-green midi dress, which she wore with richly textured accessories.
Keeping warm in the beautiful long-sleeved design, the Duchess of Cambridge looked positively regal in the envy-inducing hue. She paired the look with a beautiful crocodile-textured belt, anchoring the ensemble with her go-to olive-green suede pumps and matching envelope clutch. Of course, the mother of three's natural beauty was on full display for the exciting occasion, keeping her brunette locks in her trademark bouncy curls and wearing her signature smoky eye with a pretty peachy lip.
With three children of her own and a proven dedication to the wellbeing of families, it's no surprise that the maternal 37-year-old supports the noble organization, which helps parents and caregivers by providing a helpline that connects them to volunteers who can offer guidance. Like anyone else, even a duchess needs help with parenting woes at times, so Kate surely sees the incredible value in a service like this one. While there, she met with families supported by the service as well as volunteers who cover the phone lines.
The royal, who celebrated her birthday on Jan. 9, has already been a busy bee this year! Last Tuesday (Jan. 15), Kate broke out a casual look for a visit to King Henry's Garden Walk for some pizza and birdhouse making with a gaggle of adorable kids. She dazzled in an olive-green ensemble that paired a Dubarry Bracken tweed jacket with skinny jeans, on-theme leaf earrings by her go-to jewellery designer Kiki McDonough and See by Chloe hiking boots.
A day later, the mental health advocate made a colourful appearance at one of her and Princess Charlotte's favourite places, the Royal Opera House! Sadly, her daughter couldn't be there to enjoy the visit, but Kate likely brought back a few stories from her giggles with principle ballerinas and first-hand look at the costume department. The duchess was the picture of elegance in a purple Oscar de la Renta skirt suit she'd worn before, Rupert Sanderson pumps and a sweet Aspinal of London handbag.