William & Kate Have a Busy Day of Engagements in South London

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On Friday, William and Kate began their busy day with a visit to the Stephen Lawrence Center, a youth charity in Deptford, south-east London. This was the Duchess’ last official engagement before the birth of her second child.

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The center was founded by Baroness Lawrence in memory of her son, Stephen Lawrence, who was stabbed to death at the age of 18 by a group of white youths near a bus stop in 1993.

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He aspired to become an architect and the charity was set up by his mother in 1998 to provide support, training and bursaries to budding architects from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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Upon their arrival, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted by Baroness Doreen Lawrence of Clarendon and given a tour of the facility.

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First on the agenda, was a stop at the Harris Academy law workshop in the Center’s lecture room where the royal couple observed students taking part in a law workshop with lawyers from Stephenson Harwood. The purpose was to raise career ambitions through lectures and mentoring.

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Next, William and Kate were shown a display of some of Stephen Lawrence’s own architectural drawings.

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Lastly, they met with SLIK (Stephen Lawrence Instils Knowledge) Magazine editors in the PC room. The students were working on a digital journalism project called The Write Way that encourages young people to develop their literacy and IT skills.

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Before leaving, the royals signed the visitors’ book, and Baroness Lawrence presented William with a framed photograph of Prince Charles giving the first Stephen Lawrence Memorial Lecture at the Trust’s launch in 2000.

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Outside, Kate was presented with a bouquet of flowers by Stephen Lawrence’s 10-year-old niece Mia.

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The Cambridge’s second engagement of the day was a visit XLP urban Christian charity in Gypsy Hill.

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XLP stands for “The eXceL Project” and describes itself as a Christian urban youth charity operating in seven London boroughs that helps young people from deprived inner city estates to realize their potential. Many of the people it seeks to help are coping with family breakdown, unemployment, gang life and educational failure.

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Upon their arrival, they met Patrick Regan, OBE, CEO of XLP and Hannah Bourazza, XLP Mentoring Manager for Lewisham.

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Inside the church William and Kate watched an Arts Showcase presentation by young performers who have been through XLP’s Arts Program.

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Before they left, they were presented with XLP shirts bearing the logo, “I refuse to believe this is a lost generation.”

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The third and final engagement of the day for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was a visit to an XLP community bus and the XLP mobile recording studio on the Hazel Grove Estate in Sydenham, London.

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XLP’s two specially modified double decker buses travel, every week, to 17 of the 24 inner-London estates where XLP work, targeting areas where there are little or no youth work facilities available. At risk youth have access to computers, games consoles, a music studio, chill out space, and arts and crafts areas. The buses also provide accessible drop-in sessions, which include 1-2-1 mentoring, cooking lessons and small group activities.

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William and Kate toured and sat inside the XL-R8 Community Bus where they also met a group of young people from across the London boroughs who have engaged with XLP projects over a number of years.

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Afterwards the Cambridge’s visited the X-Mobile Recording Studio, which is parked alongside.

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The Duchess shopped her closet and wore her bright pink Mulberry double-breasted coat with black horn buttons (autumn/winter 2014 collection). It retails for £1,500.

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She previously wore this coat on a visit to the National September 11th Memorial and Museum during her royal tour to New York in December.

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Completing her ensemble, the Duchess wore her black, suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Power’ pumps ($355), and held her black, suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch.

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As for her jewelry, Kate wore her Kiki Classic Morganite and Diamond Cushion Drop Earrings (£3,400 and currently sold out), paired with her Kiki Classic 18ct White Gold and Diamond Hoops.

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Kate Meets Children and Volunteers at Brookhill Children’s Center

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On Tuesday, Kate paid a visit to Brookhill Children’s Center in Woolwich to learn more about Home-Start and its support for children and families.

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The charity was founded in 1973, and works with about 1,000 families from the immediate area, of which 80 per cent of the families have children aged under five. The Center is one of four run by Home-Start on behalf of The Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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Its volunteers visit clients in their homes, helping to cope with issues such as isolation, mental health disabilities, bereavement, multiple births, illness or disability – many of which have a direct effect on their children.

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The Duchess was greeted by the charity’s chief executive Rob Parkinson and the manager of the center, Dawn Brown. The pair briefed her about the work the charity does to improve confidence and build better lives for children.

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Next, Kate attended a coffee morning where she met with families who have been supported by Home-Start and was able to hear firsthand about their experiences.

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She then observed a volunteer training session, in which volunteers are taught how best to offer practical and emotional support in a family’s home to help children make the most of nursery or school.

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Wrapping up her visit, the Duchess stopped off at the onsite Together for Twos’ crèche to meet families and staff.

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Before she left, she was presented with a bouquet of flowers and a gift basket for Prince George containing a potty training for boys book, a manual on how to teach children to tie their shoelaces, a toy sorter and an Elmer the elephant book.

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Kate wore a simple but chic spot print ‘wrap skater dress with 3/4 sleeve’ by online clothing retailer ASOS (£35). The frock is from the retailers Maternity Exclusive range sold out in a matter of minutes. ASOS have since confirmed the dress is being re-stocked and will be available again next week.

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She added an extra layer with an elegant black, tailored coat that had been made by her private dressmaker. We spotted the coat back in 2012 when the Duchess was snapped attending a party at the exclusive Loulou’s in Mayfair, London.

 
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Completing her ensemble, the Duchess wore her black, suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Power’ pumps ($355), and held her black, suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch.

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As for her jewelry, Kate wore her Kiki Classic Morganite and Diamond Cushion Drop Earrings (£3,400 and currently sold out), paired with her Kiki Classic 18ct White Gold and Diamond Hoops,  ‘Fortune Drop Necklace’ by Mappin & Webb in white gold and diamonds and her Ballon Bleu de Cartier wrist watch.

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Kate Visits the Set of Downton Abbey

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On Thursday, Kate visited Ealing Studios in west London to celebrate the success of the award-winning period drama, Downton Abbey.

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Highclere Castle in Hampshire is used for exterior shots of Downton Abbey and some interior filming but a large bulk of the work for Downton is done from Ealing studios.

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The Duchess is the third royal to meet Downton stars in less than a week. Last week saw a visit from the Countess of Wessex while Charles and Camilla hobnobbed with stars on Monday

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On arrival, the Duchess was presented with a bouquet of flowers by Zac Barker, who along with twin brother Oliver plays Lady Mary’s son George.

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Kate, then moved on to meet the writer and creator of the award-winning period drama, Lord Julian Fellowes along with representatives of Carnival Films and Television, ITV, NBC and Ealing Studios.

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Escorted by the series’ executive producer, Liz Trubridge, she toured the studios where she saw different areas of the production process. She also met the cast and crew of the award winning series.

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Kate’s first stop was hair and makeup.

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Then is was off to the costume trailer, where Jim Carter, who plays the butler Carson, was getting ready.

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Moving into the Props room, she was shown a range of items that are used in the show, including handwritten letters, newspapers, china and cutlery.

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A self-confessed fan of the ITV show, the Duchess watched a scene wearing a pair of headphones customised with the initials HRH, being filmed between actresses Michelle Dockery and Joanne Froggatt, who play Lady Mary and her maid Anna.

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Kate then attended a brief reception and met additional cast members including Hugh Bonneville (Robert) and Elizabeth McGovern (Cora), before unveiling a plaque to commemorate the visit.

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At the end of her visit she posed for a group photo in the servants’ hall with the cast, the producers and the show’s historical adviser, Alastair Bruce and was given a copy of the script from Episode One, Series One, signed by all the cast, and a book on the latest series by Julian’s daughter Jessica Fellowes.

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The Duchess concealed her bump in a cream, collarless coat by British maternity label Jojo Maman Bebe (£69 and sold out). This is the first time she had worn the company’s outfits on public duty. The ‘Cream Princess Line Maternity Coat’ features tabs on the cuffs and oversized buttons. It is a 50% Wool/50% Viscose blend.

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Completing her ensemble, Kate wore her black, suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Power’ pumps ($355), held her black, suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch, and her gold Annoushka diamond and pearl drop earrings.

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Kate Spends her Day in Margate, Kent

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On Wednesday, the Duchess of Cambridge showed no signs of slowing down as she arrived for two engagements in the windy seaside resort of Margate, Kent.

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Hundreds of people turned out to greet her as she made her first stop at the Turner Contemporary gallery, an affiliate of London’s National Portrait Gallery, which opened in 2011.

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The royal – who is patron of the National Portrait Gallery – visited the “Self: Image and Identity” exhibition, which includes the last self-portrait by Sir Anthony Van Dyck, recently acquired for the nation by the National Portrait Gallery through a public appeal with The Art Fund.

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Upon her arrival, Kate met trustees, dignitaries and Evelyn Stern, wife of renowned architect Sir David Chipperfield who designed the gallery, before being led to the entrance of the Turner.

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Once inside, the Duchess was given a tour of the gallery. As she toured, she met artists whose works are in the exhibition. One artist she met was a photographer from Dublin, Trish Morrissey. Her photo was shot on Kingsgate Bay, showing the artist with a family sitting on the beach in summer.

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Other works on display included a sculpture called “Scarecrow” by local artist John Davies, a striking life-size cast of a prone man sprawled on the floor called “Self portrait as a drowned man” by Jeremy Millar, and Sir Anthony van Dyck’s self-portrait.

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Next, it was off to meet Year 5 children from Ramgate’s Holy Trinity and St John’s Church of England Primary School to see how Turner Contemporary engages with the local community in the Clore Learning Studio.

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The second engagement of the day was a visit Resort Studios in Cliftonville, Margate.

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Kate toured the studios, including a print studio, project space and more general workspaces. She also viewed an exhibition featuring photomontages of local personalities and met artists in residence to hear about their work with communities within Cliftonville.

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The Duchess of Cambridge sported an eye-catching black and ivory Dalmatian print coat (£169) by British label Hobbs (sold out). The collarless coat was cut just above the knee, featured two front pockets, and showcased her blossoming baby bump.

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She last wore the coat to launch the Royal Princess cruise ship, her last official visit before giving birth to Prince George.

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Completing her ensemble, Kate wore her black, suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Power’ pumps ($355), held her black, suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch, and her gold Annoushka diamond and pearl drop earrings.

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Rather than wearing her glossy brunette locks in loose waves, Kate pulled her hair back into a slick ponytail.

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Kate Attends Fostering Network Reception in Recycled Hobbs London Dress

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Yesterday, Kate travelled to Islington Council offices in north London where the organization The Fostering Network hosted a reception to celebrate the work of their caregivers.

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The Fostering Network is the UK’s leading foster care charity and helps highlight the amazing volunteers who offer up their home. The Duchess’ visit was meant to help promote the organization and inspire people to get involved.

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Although not patron of the charity, it does sit well with the Kate’s own interests, most of which concern the wellbeing of children.

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Just after her arrival, the Duchess joined a round table discussion with foster caregivers, young adults who have been fostered, and senior staff from The Fostering Network.

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After the discussion, she sat down to a mid morning snack of cupcakes and chocolate brownies with energetic group of younger children and their foster caregivers, while being told more about their work.

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Before she left, Kate was given a memory box filled with stories and poems written by current and former foster children.

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For this engagement the Duchess returned to one of her favorite high street brands. She looked elegant in a previously worn ‘Animal Shirt Dress’ by Hobbs London ($95 and sold out). The brown silk frock has been updated with animal-print embossed silk jacquard. Kate cinched it with a coordinating belt, which she tied in a bow above her baby bump.

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Completing her ensemble, the Duchess wore black, opaque tights, her black, suede Stuart Weitzman ‘Power’ pumps ($355), and her black, suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch.

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Kate wore a new pair of gold ‘Lolita’ earrings by Mirabelle. They were gifted to her Felt London.

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The Duchess Undertakes her first official visit of 2015 at Barlby Primary School

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This morning, Kate, travelled to Barlby Primary School in Ladbroke Grove to name an art room. She was unable to attend the opening in October because of her severe morning sickness.

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Today’s naming is The Art Room’s ninth project, and will be called The Clore Art Room. It is named after the Clore Duffield Foundation which has been making donations to The Art Room since 2005.  It is one of a series of 10 major grants to organizations across the UK to celebrate the Foundation’s 50th birthday.

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The Duchess is royal patron of The Art Room charity, which maintains a dedicated art room in a number of schools in Oxfordshire and in London. Each week up to 85 children, aged between 5 and 11, receive art sessions designed to provide them with self-confidence, self-esteem and independence through creativity and self-expression. 

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Kate was joined for the event by Turner Prize-winning artist and cross-dressing potter Grayson Perry who is also a patron.

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During the visit, the Duchess met Barlby staff and students, toured the new art room, and then took part in a roundtable discussion which included Dame Vivien Duffield who is Chair of the Clore Duffield Foundation.

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Before she left, Kate was given some art of her own to take home. The students presented her with a pint-sized chair decorated with stamps donated by the Royal Household, presumably made with Prince George in mind.

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Kate looked glamorous and showed a hint of baby bump beneath her navy ‘Naomi’ shift dress by Madderson London (originally £450, on sale for £225, and currently sold out). The A-line frock features a bold but feminine pink, cream and navy tweed hem, with matching pocket and cuff detailing. The gold buttons add a dash of glamour.

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This is the first time the Duchess has worn an outfit by Madderson, an upscale British women’s and maternity wear label, on an official engagement. However, she is not the first royal to have worn the brand while expecting  – Zara Phillips, also favored it when pregnant with her daughter, Mia.

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If anyone had any doubt about the Kate effect being alive and well, today it was confirmed! The Madderson website struggled to cope as thousands of fans rushed to see details and ultimately crashed.

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The Duchess paired her dress with black opaque tights, her black suede Mulberry Bayswater clutch, and her black suede Episode Angel pumps.

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She kept her jewelry to a minimum and wore her Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch, her sapphire and diamond earrings and her sapphire and diamond engagement ring. Kate wore her long hair in trademark waves.

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William & Kate Celebrate British Talent in New York at Creativity is GREAT Reception

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On Tuesday afternoon, William and Kate continued their whirlwind tour of New York. They attended the Creativity is GREAT reception at NeueHouse in Gramercy, Manhattan to celebrate British talent in New York.

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The event focuses on the wealth of British talent in the film, fashion, music & art industries based in New York. It was held in association with the UK Government’s GREAT campaign, which aims to promote the UK internationally as a place to visit, study and do business.

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The couple chatted with guests including actor Sir Patrick Stewart, Glenda Bailey, editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar, Amanda berry, chief executive of Bafta, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, media mogul Harvey Weinstein, and his Marchesa designer wife Georgina Chapman, and author Imogen Lloyd-Webber, daughter of the musicals composer Lord Lloyd-Webber.

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Then, they sat down to a luncheon which featured a selection of UK favorites.

For the second time on this trip, The Duchess of Cambridge, wore dress by maternity label Seraphine. Today, she chose the simple black turtleneck ‘Vanessa’ dress. The frock retails for an affordable $99 but notes that ‘due to extremely high demand, orders placed now will be dispatched during the second week of January.’

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Completing her ensemble, Kate accessorized with her towering Episode ‘Angel’ pumps, thick tights, held her suede Mulberry ‘Bayswater’ clutch, her green amethyst and diamond cushion drop earrings by Kiki McDonough, and her Cartier Trinity necklace.
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Kate’s shiny tresses were pulled back into a sleek ponytail wrapped with a small piece of hair that is discreetly pinned in place, a trick that adds polish.
 
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