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This weekend, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited The Nook in Framlingham Earl, Norfolk, which is one of the three East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, of which she is patron.
During the visit, she met with children and their families, and helped plant a garden for the hospice. Much like Princess Diana, who purposefully wore colourful outfits to cheer up children when she visited them, Kate wore a bright floral dress.
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The Duchess teamed her printed floral dress with one of her all-time favourite pairs of shoes, wedges by Russel & Bromley (which you can buy here for £135).
She finished off her look with a pair of hoop costume earrings, and kept her long hair natural.
Kate Middleton’s outing marked the end of Children’s Hospice Week, in which she teamed up with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall to virtually visit Children’s Hospices and raise awareness of their work.