Kate Middleton dress: The Duchess of Cambridge recycles Emilia Wickstead number as she joins Prince William for first joint work engagement since welcoming Prince Louis
Kate Middleton and Prince William have reunited for their first joint work engagement at the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit at County Hall, and Kate looks stunning in a lilac dress from Emilia Wickstead.
The Duchess of Cambridge only returned to work duties after six months maternity leave on 2 October 2018, for a solo engagement with primary school children at the Paddington Recreation Ground.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis‘ mum – who recently revealed the past time they play together in the garden – also opted for a pair of recycled Zara jeans and her trusty Penelope Chilvers boots.
However, the Duchess of Cambridge returned to her classical look for her first work engagement with her husband the Duke of Cambridge.
Kate and Wills attended the Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit – which sees experts and policy leaders discuss mental health initiatives – ahead of World Mental Health Day, which the royals have always championed.
The Duchess looked stunning in a lilac Emilia Wickstead dress and a pair of nude heels.
Kate wore the dress during a royal tour, and was pictured carrying daughter Princess Charlotte while wearing the Emilia Wickstead number in 2017.
It’s thought Kate also recycled her Mappin & Webb jewellery for the event and opted for her Praline suede heels.
However, Kate did sport a new glossy Aspinal bag for the event.