Kate Middleton Looks Elegant During Emotional Visit To a Baby Loss Centre in a Navy Blue Dress

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, looked gorgeous in the blue gown she wore on her visit to a baby loss center to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week. 

On Wednesday, Kate Middleton looked elegant in a navy blue gown she wore on her visit to a baby loss center. The Duchess of Cambridge visited the center to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week. 

The official Instagram page of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared four pictures from her visit. The first photo showed her in a laboratory coat, looking through a microscope.

Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince George at Sydney Airport on a Australian Airforce 737 aircraft on April 16, 2014. | Photo: Getty Images

Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince George at Sydney Airport on a Australian Airforce 737 aircraft on April 16, 2014. | Photo: Getty Images

In the second snap, the Duchess was speaking to a woman in black. Aside from her gown, Kate also wore a blue cloth facemask. In the third picture, she sat on a chair, listening to a woman as she spoke. 

The Duchess was in a laboratory coat in the last snap, speaking with medical experts. Kate visited Imperial College, where she heard about the efforts national charity Tommy’s was doing to cut down the rates of premature births, stillbirths, and miscarriages. 

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Ahead of #WorldMentalHealthDay this Saturday, The Duchess of Cambridge visited students at @DerbyUni to hear how initiatives including peer mentoring are supporting students’ mental health during the pandemic. @studentmindsorg, the UK’s student mental health charity, say that the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated existing challenges facing student mental health, in addition to creating new ones. Even before the onset of COVID-19, both the severity and prevalence of common mental health conditions experienced by young adults was on the increase. However, like the sports societies and nursing students here at Derby, universities are continuing to explore new ways to support their wellbeing. Students across England and Wales now have access to trusted support through the coronavirus pandemic via @studentmindsorg Student Space, a programme that helps students to find support that is available locally at their university, in addition to providing online resources and direct support by phone and text. The 24/7 text support available via Student Space 📱 is delivered in partnership with @GiveUsAShoutInsta, a legacy initiative from the Heads Together campaign and was incubated by The Royal Foundation ahead of its launch in 2019.

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The caption to the post read that Kate’s visit to the charity highlighted the importance of charities like Tommy’s and Sands in supporting families across the United Kingdom with their work, achieving positive results through scientific research. 

The Royals said the charities played a pivotal role in assisting those hurting after losing a baby by providing expert information to expectant families at every stage of pregnancy.

She accessorized her fashionable look with a glittering diamond and sapphire necklace.

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Today’s visit highlights how important services like @Tommys and @sandscharity are continuing their support to families across the UK and reduce rates of miscarriage through scientific research. These charities play a pivotal role in helping those affected by the death of a baby, providing expert information and support to families at every stage of their pregnancy. The visit comes during Baby Loss Awareness week, as The Duchess joined medical experts to hear about the work they’re doing on preventative measures and support women who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth. Support for families facing challenges before birth has been a key focus for The Duchess, as the Early Years initiative continues to shine a spotlight on the importance of early childhood.

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With the visit coming during Baby Loss Week, the Duchess joined medical experts, listening to their work on preventive measures and support to women who have experienced miscarriage, premature birth, and stillbirth. 

The Duke and Duchess also stressed the importance of supporting families facing challenges before birth, a key focus for the Duchess, whose Early Years Initiative continues to stress the importance of early childhood. 

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🌻 This #ChildrensHospiceWeek The Duchess of Cambridge, Royal Patron of @eachhospices since 2012, joined families to plant a garden for The Nook, one of EACH’s purpose-built hospices. Using plants bought during her visit to Fakenham Garden Centre last week, The Duchess worked alongside an EACH volunteer gardener and a family to plant a garden that will provide enjoyment for children and families. Throughout the pandemic EACH has continued to deliver end of life and emergency crisis care as well as bereavement support. Marking the end of Children’s Hospice Week, The Duchess also met with staff from EACH’s care and facilities teams to thank them for the incredible work that they do. Organised by the UK charity Together for Short Lives, Children’s Hospice Week 2020 celebrates and raise vital funds for the UK’s 54 children’s hospices — visit @togetherforshortlives to find out more.

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The Duchess of Cambridge is passionate about lending a helping hand to those in need. She is always at the forefront of supporting those impacted by some of life’s troubling issues. 

She showed this side of her earlier in the month when she paid a surprise visit to the students at the University of Derby to listen to their experience with the COVID-19 pandemic and how it impacted their campus life. 

In July, William and Kate’s The Cambridges Royal Foundation donated $2 million to U.K’s frontline workers and mental health initiatives in the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Duchess has always appeared graceful and elegant while carrying out her activities. She joined her husband in welcoming Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the Ukrainian President, and his wife to Buckingham Palace on October 7. 

Kate looked gorgeous in a blue belted dress designed by Emilia Wickstead. She accessorized her fashionable look with a glittering diamond and sapphire necklace crafted from the late Princess Diana’s favorite jewelry collections. 

The Duchess of Cambridge is the epitome of gracefulness and noble service and remains a role model for many young girls who look up to her in more ways than one. 

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