The Duchess of Cambridge attended an opening of a photography centre at the V&A Museum last night and there was a lot of talk about her outfit.
Kate wowed in the £1395 'Iman" off-the-shoulder embellished boucle-tweed midi dress from the Canadian-born, British-based designer's spring "18 collection.
The royal donned a chic lilac Emilia Wickstead dress, which she teamed with a pair of pointed nude stilettos and a matching handbag.
Wednesday's outing was the Duchess' first at the V&A since being made the museum's patron in March, so it was no doubt a poignant event for her.
The 36-year-old royal toured the opening display, entitled "Collecting Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital", and took in some of the historical prints and contemporary photography the center is showcasing.
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Kate only returned to royal duties last week after taking maternity leave for the birth of the couple's third child Prince Louis.
William and Middleton have been vocal about their advocacy for mental health, starting their Heads Together campaign, along with Prince Harry, and aiming to combat the stigma surrounding mental health.
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