Kate Middleton’s dress is from British based brand Suzannah, and Kate wore it to Wimbledon 2020. On that occasion the dress was paired with a black leather belt, but today Kate wears it with a more subtle white belt.
The dress is called the Flippy Wiggle Dress and costs £1,850.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Twitter account posted: “The Duchess of Cambridge has brought together 19 British brands and retailers to donate over 10,000 new items to more than 40 baby banks across the UK.”
Fans poured in with their praise. One wrote: “Brilliant collaboration! So proud of the duchess! Fantastic work for a worthy cause
Another said: “Well done Kate!!! We are so proud of you and all the work that you do. What an amazing program this is.”
“Amazing as always Your Royal Highness,” another said.
“This woman is just so amazing and always doing a wonderful job. It’s always a pleasure to see her so involved in her work Smiling face with heart-shaped eyes. I love her so much,” one wrote.
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The Cambridge’s Instagram account revealed Kate has been visiting private baby bank is Norfolk and in Sheffield, where the images were taken.
The account added: “The Duchess helped unpack donations at Baby Basics UK in Sheffield before talking to parents about how baby banks have provided them with invaluable support when they have needed it most.
“Following private visits to Baby Basics West Norfolk where The Duchess heard more about the baby bank’s need for donations, she spearheaded a drive for donations of items for babies from brands and high street retailers.
“In total, nineteen brands have donated items to @Baby_Basics, @littlevillageHQ and @abernecessities_scio, who operate baby banks across the UK.”
Baby Banks, such as Sheffield’s baby basics, are social action groups that aim to give clothing, equipment, toiletries etc to families with babies struggling to make ends meet.
Many families sadly struggle to provide even the basics of children. This includes nappies, nappy cream, bay soap and shampoo and baby wipes.
Many will be thrilled to be seeing Kate get hands on to help out in such an important cause.
It is not Kate’s first time promoting causes in the name of children. She has also pioneered a mental health campaign for young children.
Kate and Prince William have also been on hand to support NHS workers amid the coronavirus.
On July 5 the couple visited Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
They wrote on the occasion: “Today we mark the 72nd birthday of the NHS, in a year when it was needed more than ever as the nation responds to COVID-19.
“Whether you are existing staff, former staff members who came out of retirement, volunteers or key workers – we thank you for the resilience, perseverance and hope you’ve shown our nation.”