Kate Middleton Rewears a White Off-The-Shoulder Dress at a Special Gala for Addiction Awareness
Kate Middleton recycled a gorgeous off-the-shoulder dress as she attended the first gala for one of her longstanding causes.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning on Wednesday night as she attended the Addiction Awareness Week gala held in London.
Upon her arrival at the Spring restaurant of Somerset House, royal fans noticed that Middleton's dress was the same one she wore just two years before.
We are extremely grateful to the Duchess of Cambridge for supporting the #AddictionAwarenessWeek gala dinner tonight and for her powerful speech:— Action on Addiction (@ActionAddiction) June 12, 2019
‘Sadly, for many who are suffering with addiction, they just don’t receive the help they need early enough’ https://t.co/Hucea9BE54 pic.twitter.com/ytkmjPmfa6
The duchess' off-the-shoulder cream dress was designed by Barbara Casasola. She paired it with a clutch from Wilbur & Gussie and wore dazzling pumps believed to be by Jimmy Choo to complete the look.
The 37-year-old styled her brown hair in loose curls that framed her face and wore a pair of earrings with a dark inset that matched her ring. Her makeup showed off rosy cheeks and she wore a red lip.
The Action on Addiction charity hosts Addiction Awareness Week which will run from June 10 to 16 this year. The aim is to increase awareness through discussions and encourage families and friends to help those afflicted.
Middleton has been a patron of the cause since 2012, assisting facilities that rehabilitate addicts through community and professional treatment. She gave a speech at the gala about how Action on Addiction inspired her.
Just one day prior, in stark contrast to Wednesday, Middleton wore khakis and rugged boots as she arrived in Keswick, Cumbria alongside Prince Harry. The pair greeted admirers within the small town, including two furry friends.
One English Springer Spaniel, who was named after Prince Harry, went right up to Prince William who petted him. Two other dogs, Max and Paddy, also received some hugs from the royal couple.
Prince Harry the dog and Paddy are being trained with the help of Max to be therapy dogs. The four-legged friends were a great start to Middleton and Harry's day before they made their way to fell sheep in the countryside.
William and Kate have arrived in Keswick to begin their day in the county of Cumbria pic.twitter.com/KF3vNKnl6a— Simon Perry (@SPerryPeoplemag) June 11, 2019
The Lake District area where they visited was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2017. It is the home of Windermere, England's largest lake, and Scafell Pike, the tallest mountain.