Kate Middleton goes off-the-shoulder for night at the museum

Calvin Saunders
October 12, 2018

Wednesday's outing was the Duchess' first at the V&A since being made the museum's patron in March, so it was no doubt a poignant event for her.

Another policy up for discussion is a declaration committing to putting mental health on an equal footing with physical health.

The Duke and Duchess viewed the work of contemporary fine artist Dario Vargas, who had painted an original piece for the event. He added: "She was genuinely knowledgeable and excited about photography - particularly the history".

"That's pretty much ruined the picture", William joked, via E!

Celebrity stylist Rochelle White told FEMAIL: 'Kate's latest look is something different from her usual style.

This saw the couple break out into laughter along with the crowd.

Kate only returned to royal duties last week after taking maternity leave for the birth of the couple's third child Prince Louis.

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The Duke and Duchess had a chance to speak to young delegates at the summit about the challenges and issues they face.

Meghan Markle meets Hannah Belcher, senior exhibitions project co-ordinator at the Royal Collection, as she is reunited with her wedding dress for the first time since her wedding, in a scene from the ITV documentary Queen Of The World, which will be broadcast on Tuesday 25th September 2018 at 9.15pm on ITV. The initiative was started by Dixon Chibanda and teaches the women to become lay health workers.

The Duchess chose a dress by Emilia Wickstead, wore previously during her 2017 royal tour of Germany.

It's been said before that the mum of three has a keen interest in photography and has taken some of the official royal portraits of her children herself.

Last month Prince William opened up about the emotional toll of witnessing suffering during his time as an air ambulance pilot.

If you or someone you know is in need of support due to mental health issues contact Lifeline on 13 11 14, the Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467 or Kid's Helpline on 1800 55 1800.

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