Kate Middleton Delivers Valentine's Day Inspo in the Most Romantic Gucci Gown

Kate Middleton Delivers Valentine's Day Inspo in the Most Romantic Gucci Gown

Kate Middleton Delivers Valentine's Day Inspo in the Most Romantic Gucci Gown

The Duchess of Cambridge looked effortlessly elegant in a pink gown at the 100 Women in Finance Gala, which was held at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Kate attended the 100 Women in Finance Gala Dinner in support of "Mentally Healthy Schools".

The evening supported Mentally Healthy Schools, a programme she started with her husband, Prince William.

For the 2019 Baftas, the Duchess of Cambridge wears a white one-shouldered crinkled silk chiffon Alexander McQueen gown on February 10, accessorised with pearl and diamond earrings from Princess Diana's collection and a diamond bracelet, borrowed from Queen Elizabeth II.

The lovely jewels were the ideal finishing touch to Kate's embellished dress and took centre stage thanks to her elegant up-do.

Just look at those shoes.


"Having been lucky enough to meet some of our country's awesome charities, I became acutely aware of just how important the earliest years of our lives really are".

She wrote an essay for the Huffington Post, which read: "The mental health of our children must be seen as every bit as important as their physical health". Catherine Roche, chief executive of one of Kate's key charities Place2be, said, "Providing a specific training for newly-qualified teachers helps with their understanding with how children come to school with everyday challenges - whether it's from home life or school life".

Earlier in the day, the duchess stopped by the Royal Foundations Mental Health in Education conference at the Mercers Hall in London, where she gave a speech.

The Duchess, who wore a tweed suit by Dolce & Gabbana for the occasion, spoke about the importance of mental health awareness in children.

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