Pretty in pink! Kate Middleton was the picture of royal class in London on Tuesday, July 1, when she visited a school in the neighborhood of Islington.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 32, stopped by the local Blessed Sacrament School to check out a special program that the educational facility runs. It is a counseling program called M-PACT Plus, which helps families that are affected by addiction by supporting "children/young people aged 8-17 who are experiencing the effects of parental substance misuse within the family" and working "with the young people and parents to reduce the harmful impact that parental substance misuse and addiction has on family life."
The initiative was first launched by Middleton herself with British comedian John Bishop in 2013. It brings together multiple charities on addiction, and the Duchess has remained a patron of the program.
Prince William's wife paid a visit to the school to check on the progress of the growing resource. She charmed at the engagement, mingling with the young school children and showing excitement about the successes of M-Pact.
Prince George's mom looked gorgeous at the event, turning heads in a classy salmon pink dress. The fitted frock was made by British designer Goat, and featured three-quarter length sleeves, darts and seaming at the bodice, and a silver-accented belt at the waist.
The Duchess offset the bright color of the dress with a pair of nude heels, matched to a nude clasp-top box clutch.
While Kate continues her charitable efforts, her family members are busy as well. Her little sister Pippa Middleton gave her first TV interview, speaking to NBC's Matt Lauer in a two-part segment that aired this week. Meanwhile, her brother-in-law Prince Harry recently returned from a trip to South America, where he visited Brazil and Chile on a six-day royal tour.