Emerald Queen! Kate Middleton arrives to support kids and youth in an elegant monochrome outfit
Duchess Kate was spotted on Royal duty in Forest Hill. There she met with workers and volunteers at Family Action.
On the same day, she launched a new confidential helpline she wore a dress by an ethical brand.
Duchess Kate, 37, visited a family charity in South London to perform her third engagement. Family Action provides community support for children and families in the area.
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge visiting @family_action's Lewisham base - which provides community support for children and families - to launch a new national support line. Forest Hill. 📸@ianvogler pic.twitter.com/EXHKxZy2pA— Derek Momodu (@DelMody) January 22, 2019
Kate made a clear statement by wearing a bespoke belted emerald green dress by luxury London brand Beulah. The Yahvi retails for around $770 but the Royal wore a modified version.
The Duchess accessorized her look with an olive suede clutch bag and olive court heels. She also wore a pair of Kiki McDonough diamond earrings that cost twice the amount of her dress.
The Duchess listened to an expert coaching session for the new FamilyLine, which was focused on perinatal mental health and asked @family_action volunteers about their training. pic.twitter.com/skQ3YIj2Jf— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) January 22, 2019
She completed her look with nude tights. Beulah is a brand in line with the Duchess’ goals by supporting victims of sex trafficking in India and donates a share of its profits to charity.
The Duchess hears about @family_action’s new campaign, which urges families to talk about the challenges that many of them face - such as debt, addiction, lack of time together, relationship issues and mental health issues. pic.twitter.com/MfseizbseY— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) January 22, 2019
It is run by family friend Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs, the daughter of the Marquess of Reading, and Lavinia Brennan. Family Action, with the help of Kate, set up a new service, named FamilyLine.
My sweet Duchess 💕💕💕👑👑— Evi Sugar (@EviSugar1971) January 22, 2019
The service was a celebration to mark Family Action’s 150th anniversary. The confidential helpline will work to provide support and guidance for parents and children.
Such a beautiful elegant woman. A true gem to the royal family.— Beverley (@mystery0904) January 22, 2019
The organization uses a network of volunteers from across the country to support parents and carers virtually. They give support using telephones, email, and text messaging.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrives @family_action in Lewisham to launch a new national support line. The charity works to tackle some of the most complex and difficult issues facing families today. pic.twitter.com/9FVTEX1Ipg— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) January 22, 2019
For her visit to the Royal Opera House in London last week, the Duchess chose another dress that stood out which she recycled from 2017. She wore the purple Oscar de la Renta skirt-suit as she visited the Costume Department to learn more about their use of textiles, commissioning of fabrics, and supply chain.