Duchess Catherine turns heads in brand new power dress 8



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The Duchess of Cambridge has only been back from her holidays a few days ago and she is already fully into her Royal duties.

This time, she visit to a charity helpline service in London called YoungMinds where she even joined a training session to experience how YoungMind volunteers are prepared to answer calls on the helpline.

For the occasion, the stylish Duchess wore a never-been-seen-before red dress with flattering cap sleeves and flared skirt. It’s a bright red dress that really makes a statement.

Her hair looks amazing as always as she lets it flow with the top half tied up in her signature style. Kate kept her makeup soft with the exception of some mascara.

Read more: The most flattering hairstyles for over-60s!

To suit the nature of the visit, she wore very little accessories and kept the most important ones on – her wedding ring and a watch. She also carries a nude coloured clutch to balance her bright dress.
How amazing does she look?

Do you like the Duchess of Cambridge’s style?  What has been your favourite outfit of hers?

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  1. Good grief! With all the collective wisdom and experience a group of this type has, and THIS is what they are asked to consider! What a waste.

  2. Sh always look great and dresses to suit the occasion.

  3. Fantastic.has the same style as Diana.

  4. Princess Kate has a style all her own. Beautiful legs, beautiful body thick mane of hair. I hope she always keep the long hair.

  5. ………….and all the little spineless female ‘clones’, who’ve NO individual ‘style’, will go, & buy same type of dress, just like they did when Diana was alive!

    It’s the dressmakers who’ll make the money!

  6. Of course everyone to their opinion but why be so waspish with remarks. Makes me wonder if you Are having a bad day.

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