Over the weekend, the Duchess of Cambridge took part in another in-person engagement, visiting a children's hospice in Norfolk, where she helped residents and families to pot plants in the garden. For the occasion, Kate opted to embrace summery florals, wearing a beautiful purple, printed dress by Bali-based label Faithfull The Brand.
The dress – which is available to buy here – is the from mid-range designer label and will set you back £180 if you want to mimic the duchess' style. Kate teamed it with a pair of wedged espadrilles by Russell & Bromley, which are priced at £135 and are still in stock.
Faithfull The Brand is a label known for its beautiful summery pieces that are designed to be perfect for travelling and holidays, as well as those more dressed-up summer occasions. Launched by Sarah-Jane Abrahams and Helle Them-Enger, the label supports local artisans in Indonesia, putting ethics and sustainability at the forefront of what they do.
The duchess – who has been the royal patron of Each Hospices since 2012 – was visiting the centre as part of Children's Hospice Week, where she met with staff from the facility and brought plants with her that she had bought during a visit to Fakenham Garden Centre last week. Together, they helped to plant a garden that will provide enjoyment for children and families. You can read more about the work of Each and the duchess' visit here.
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