Kate Middleton cut yet another chic figure on her latest charity outing.
The Duchess of Cambridge made her way to the Nelson Trust Women’s Centre in Gloucestershire, England, today wearing Stuart Weitzman pumps that she teamed with a Dolce & Gabbana bouclé wool-blend skirt, a black turtleneck and a light blue Mulberry coat.
Stuart Weitzman’s “Pinot” pumps feature a suede upper, leather insole, pointed-toe profile and 3-inch heel. The shoes are also available in scarlet and retail for $365.
The mother to Princess Charlotte, 1, and Prince George, 3, with her husband, Prince William, visited the organization in support of her initiatives on addiction and mental health. The facility provides assistance to women who suffer from emotional, physical and drug abuse, among other traumas.
While speaking at the treatment center, she won over a toddler who beamed in his mother’s arms when she flashed a smile and made faces.
On Thursday night, the Duchess looked spectacular at another charity event — the red-carpet movie premiere for “A Street Cat Named Bob.”
The athletic royal highlighted her toned legs in a pair of purple Gianvito Rossi pumps and a white Self-Portrait gown that featured a high slit up the front. The Gianvito 85 velvet pumps feature a pointed-toe silhouette and 4-inch heel, retailing for $675 online.
The occasion was in support of a film-screening series that presented movies made by recovering addicts, which benefitted the charity Action on Addiction.
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