Kate Middleton has stunned at a gala dinner, just hours after she and Prince William sheared a sheep during a pig farm visit.
The 37-year-old Duchess of Cambridge wore an off-the-shoulder Barbara Casasola gown to attend the bespoke event in recognition of Addiction Awareness Week in London on Wednesday night.
It wasn’t the first time Kate has stepped out in the white ensemble, having previously worn the figure-hugging number in 2016 for the Art Fund Museum of the Year awards.
On Wednesday, teamed the dress with her glittery Jimmy Choo pumps and a new metallic clutch bag from Wilbur & Gussie for the dinner at Somerset House.
The day before, Kate debuted a completely different look, as she and Prince William visited a pig farm in Cumbria, a farming district in North West England,
On this occasion, the duchess got down to business in boots, black jeans and an army green coat.
The couple were also greeted by crowds of royal watchers in the town of Keswick.
As they officially tweeted, the pair “celebrated the work of local heroes, volunteers and those supporting the rural community in Cumbria”.
The string of engagements comes just days after Kate, William and the rest of the extended royal family celebrated the Queen’s birthday at the Trooping of the Colour.
For many onlookers, Prince Louis stole the show with his fine-tuned royal wave after his siblings were spotted peering out of the windows of the palace to catch a glimpse of the celebrations.
Reporting by Danielle Stacey
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