Class personified, Kate Middleton never misses a step when it comes to her style, her ability to connect with people, and bringing about change. A rather relatable royal, she once again showcased her philanthropic side by championing a socially conscious brand as a way to shine light on female empowerment – without actually saying a single word.
The Duchess of Cambridge was on a royal engagement, celebrating the launch of the ‘FamilyLine’ helpline at Lewisham-based charity Family Action in the UK. Understated yet stunning, she wore the midi ‘Yahvi’ dress from Beulah London, a label that transforms the lives of vulnerable women who were once victims of sexual trafficking in India.
Topping off her empowering look, Middleton went full monochrome with a forest-green envelope clutch by L.K. Bennett and suede Gianvito Rossi pumps, while adding a touch of sparkle with a pair of amethyst Kiki McDonough earrings. Continuing to follow in the footsteps of Princess Diana, the duchess is using her platform to propel change in more ways than one.