Third time's a charm! Kate Middleton went holiday-red in an Alexander McQueen dress she's recycled twice before.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 33, attended a Christmas party at North London's Anna Freud Centre, an institution for children with mental health issues, on Tuesday, December 15. "The visit reflects the Duchess' continued interest in child mental health issues and the importance of early intervention and working with the whole family to provide children with in-school mental health services," a Kensington Palace spokeswoman tells Us. "Her Royal Highness is keen to draw attention to the ways in which this charity is working to lead a step change in children's and young people's mental health care."
Prince William's wife, who previously visited the center's family school at the start of term in September, played drums with the kids, watched a festive performance and helped the kids and their parents create a Christmas-themed handprint collage.
Middleton, who debuted a shorter haircut on December 9, looked radiant in the long-sleeved crimson number with a pleated skirt, showing off her toned legs in nude nylons and black heels. She added a black clutch to complete the outfit.
The mom of George, 2, and Charlotte, 7 months, has been spotted in the festive ensemble twice before: once in February 2014, styled similarly with black pumps and a black clutch, and first at the Diamond Jubilee river pageant in 2012. She accessorized then with nude pumps, a gold pin, a floral fascinator and a matching red and gold bag.
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