Today, Kate and William paid a visit to Centrepoint’s Camberwell Foyer Center in Camberwell (south east London). As a young boy, William and Harry, were regularly taken by their late mother on private visits to Centrepoint hostels across the capital to better understand the lives of those less fortunate than themselves. The couple is now following in the footsteps of Princess Diana.
Kate looked chic but casual in a Ralph Lauren Blue Label olive green wool sweater (jersey) dress. It cinched at her tiny waist with the black suede belt she wore to the Gary Barlow concert. She also wore blacks tights and her knee length black suede Aquatalia Rumba boots.
Details of the Ralph Lauren Blue Label ‘Long-Sleeved Turtle Neck Dress’ (Style #4993641) are as follows:
A long-sleeved turtleneck dress rendered in the softest blend of wool and cashmere for.
Self-starting ribbed turtleneck.
Ribbed cuffs, sewn hem.
Falls 23″ from the natural waist.
80% wool, 20% cashmere. Dry clean. Imported.
As of this writing only sizes medium and large are still available on the Ralph Lauren Website.
Kate’s boots are the Aquatalia by Marvin K ‘Rumba’ Weatherproof Boot ($695).
Weatherproof stretch suede fashions a sleek, stacked-heel boot with a partial side zipper. The slip-resistant rubber sole offers excellent wet-weather traction, while the soft microfiber lining keeps feet dry.
Approx. heel height: 3″.
Approx. boot shaft height: 16″; 14″ calf circumference.
Nappa suede/microfiber lining/rubber sole.
The Duchess kept her jewelry to a minimum and wore her Kiki McDonough ‘Grace’ white topaz and diamond earrings (£695) as well as her gorgeous sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
The Duke and Duchess also took part in a cooking class making low fat mince pies and gingerbread.
They concluded their visit by watching a performance by the winner of ‘Centrepoint’s Got Talent.’ William even participated by showing off some of his dance moves while Kate looked on and smiled.