The Duchess of Cambridge wore a pretty grey dress with embellished black neckline to attend a children's charity event at Islington Town Hall on Tuesday (27 October).
Look familiar? It's the same Orla Kiely dress she wore to visit the Dulwich Picture Gallery in South London back in 2012. At that engagement, she was joined by father-in-law Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Kate, 33, was all smiles as she walked into the building today, where she was given an introduction to Chance UK's early intervention child mentoring programme.
As well as attending a reception, the duchess met with staff and supporters of the charity.
Chance UK is a charity which aims to change challenging behaviour of young children through individual mentoring and family support, thereby improving children's lives by introducing stability, support and confidence.
The organisation works with children aged five to 11 who are at risk of developing anti-social behaviour. More than 200 children across six London boroughs benefit from the programme each year.
This was Kate's first engagement of the day. Tonight, she will attend a Gala Dinner for the 100 Women In Hedge Funds' Philanthropic Initiatives. Held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, it's in aid of The Art Room, of which the duchess is a patron.
Last night, Kate and husband Prince William attended the world premiere of new James Bond movie Spectre at the Royal Albert Hall in London, after spending the afternoon at the BAFTA headquarters in the capital, where they took part in an animation masterclass.
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