Kate Middleton stepped out today in Gianvito Rossi suede pumps and a Kate Spade dress to mark World Mental Health Day.
The Duchess of Cambridge — who has worn the style several times — attended an event with Prince William and Prince Harry at London’s County Hall in Southbank. The outing was part of their Heads Together campaign, an initiative that they launched earlier this year that aims to support children and teens battling mental health issues.
All three took in a ride at the London Eye in Westminster and met with children who received psychological support. Later today, the London Eye will be lit in purple to mark the day.
This is the first official outing for the Duchess in what promises to be a busy week. On Tuesday, she will make a one-day visit to the Netherlands, where she will mingle with members of the Dutch royal family. She will take in an exhibition in The Hague and will also visit Rotterdam to see Bouwkeet, a new community social project.
Earlier this month, Kate and William returned from their official tour to Canada with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
During their travels, Middleton wore another pair of Gianvito Rossi pumps in red, along with cowboy boots from R. Soles and her trusty L.K. Bennett pumps, among other looks. She even tried out some sleek J. Crew loafers and Superga sneakers.