Kate Visits Naomi House on her Second Wedding Anniversary

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In celebration of Children’s Hospice Week, Kate paid a visit to Naomi House in Hampshire.

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Naomi House is a children’s hospice that was opened in 1997 by Prince Charles. The charity supports children with life-limiting conditions. It provides music therapy, computer, art and play rooms as well as multi-sensory and hydrotherapy suites.

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Today is also significant as it’s William and Kate’s second wedding anniversary. The couple will be spending most of their anniversary apart, but are expected to celebrate later, in private.

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The Duchess of Cambridge looked glamorous in a short, peach bespoke dress by her own anonymous dressmaker and an apricot-colored cotton twill coat (£380) by Paris-based Canadian designer Tara Jarmon. Her growing baby bump was visible beneath her summery outfit.

 

The coat was available at Harvey Nichols but is now sold out.
Additional Details:
Two front slit pockets, vent at back hem, fully lined
Button fastenings through front
100% cotton; lining: 56% acetate, 44% viscose

 

Kate completed her look and accessorized with her trusty nude LK Bennett heels, her Avona Patent Leather Long Roll Clutch (£195.00) and her Annoushka diamond and pear drops.

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 Who is Tara Jarmon
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Tara Jarmon grew up in Vancouver, Canada and after a trip to Paris in 1980 for modeling gig she decided she wanted to relocate.
After trading modeling for fashion design, she started her business in the mid-80’s. She had no formal training but started small and in her first season, she made only four pieces. Jarmon now has 37 stores across Europe and Asia. In Canada, her lines are carried at Studio Labiri in Toronto, Rococo in Montreal and Gravity Pope in Vancouver and Edmonton.
For more information, visit Tara Jarmon’s web site www.tarajarmon.com/

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