Kate Middleton Steps Out In Tweed Suit To Visit Children’s Hospital

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Kate Middleton is visiting the Evelina London Children’s Hospital today for a solo appearance!

During the visit, the Duchess joined an art workshop run by the National Portrait Gallery to see how creative programs support children’s health and happiness. Children receiving care at the hospital are able to participate in various creative activities such as illustration and 3D set design.

The Duchess is a natural creative, so it makes sense that she is encouraging and participating in these types of activities. She studied art history at the University of St. Andrews where she met Prince William and is known for her passion for photography.

Kate has been the patron of both the National Portrait Gallery since 2012 and Evelina London since 2018. The organizations collaborate often and work closely to provide art workshops to children along with their siblings and parents.

For the occasion, Kate wore a stunning tweed set by Dolce & Gabanna. The look was a lovely shade of navy and featured a cropped blazer and flared miniskirt. She styled the set with black tights and simple block heel pumps. She styled her hair in bouncy curls which she pulled into an elegant half-up hairstyle.

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Check out Kate’s timeless tweed look for the hospital visit:

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