It was a different kind of an official engagement for the Duchess of Cambridge as she visited HMP Send, near Woking, where she met inmates battling alcohol and drugs addiction.
Kate looked her best for the visit wearing a £365 'Eaton' winter white tweed dress by The Fold. She looked ever so elegant in the knee-length dress, which featured long sleeves and a subtle v-neckline.
She teamed her dress with grey Jimmy Choo heels and a grey bag from hobbs.
The Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust operates in 26 jails across the country but the programme at Send is the only 12-step prison-based drug and alcohol project for women.
During today's visit, Kate met inmates and ex-prisoners who have benefited from the treatment and returned to a live a drug and crime-free life.
Last week, Kate showed off her gorgeous new hairdo as she arrived for a public engagement in London.
It marked her official return to Royal duties from maternity leave, after welcoming daughter Princess Charlotte with husband Prince William in May. This is their second child together, with son Prince George having turned two in July.
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