A modest duchess! Kate is the embodiment of the royal chic in a TWO-TWO-SINGLE TWO-SECOND MOVIE MUSIC combined with a bouncing blow while attending a mental health conference
- Déjés Cambridge today attends the conference of the Royal Foundation "Mental Health in Education"
- Kate, 37, looked very chic in a new tweed skirt suit and a pair of Todd suede pumps
- The conference will bring together delegates from the entire mental health and education sector
- Leading Kate Silverton hosts the event on Wednesday, which includes lecturers and discussions
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Duchess Cambridge seemed urgent and correct as he arrived at the Royal Mental Health Education Foundation conference today in London.
It seems that "sparing" Kate has been shopping for the case, carrying a new ensemble today in the form of a black tweed suit.
And while the 37-year-old has demonstrated his boot collection, Kate recently returned to his signature pumps on Wednesday, choosing a Tods black suede pair.
The mother of the three chose simple accessories in the shape of an elegant black suede cup from Mulberry and kept the kid in February in a pair of black tights.
Kate's hair was dried up to perfection because of the case of signing brunettes that seemed particularly vain this morning.
The Mercers Hall conference today will bring together delegates from across the mental health and education sector to explore and discuss the benefits of collaborative work and what more can be done to tackle mental health problems in schools.
Duchess Cambridge arrived at the conference of the Royal Mental Health Education Foundation at Mercers Hall in London
The event, organized by the television operator and host Kate Silverton, will have a full day of speakers, discussions and discussions.
Her Royal Highness will hear a number of sessions, including one on the benefits of integrating mental health modules into teacher training courses, and another on the role of school leaders in creating a culture of well-being in schools.
During her visit, the Duchess Cambridge will meet with superiors from a number of schools currently piloting the Royal Psychiatric Health Schools Foundation's program.
Launched by Duchess Cambridge in 2018, Mental Health Schools is a website that gives primary schools free access to hundreds of the highest quality mental health resources, helping teachers better support the mental health of their students.
Kate cut off with a decent and correct figure in a black tweed suit when she arrived at the event Wednesday morning
It seems that "sparing" Kate has been shopping for the case of her ensemble, which is now considered to be brand new
Kate took her seat along with other delegates from the entire mental health sector as she prepared to hear from the speakers of the event
This is one of Heads Together's hereditary programs and is being implemented in partnership with the National Center for Children and Families Anna Freud, Place2Be and Young Minds.
Kate will then join a meeting with teachers and industry specialists to discuss the potential impact of consistent training for mental health teachers as well as the challenges they face.
This event is part of the duchess's ongoing work at The Royal Foundation, where much of Her Royal Highness focuses on supporting and promoting the mental health of children and young people.
Kate's commitment comes one day after her sister-in-law, Megan walked into a chic Ensemble called Calvin Klein, while she and Harry are visiting the Natural History Museum in the Marcus family.
This is the first time the Duchess of Sussex has been seen publicly because her father, Thomas Mark Sir, reveals the content of a letter written by Megan last summer, in which she accuses her of smashing her heart "in millions of pieces" , interviewing the press, inventing stories and publicly attacking her new husband.
Kate's hair was dried to perfection because of the sign of her brunette signatures, which seemed particularly vain this morning
The 37-year-old King is met by Xenia Violet Dennon (right), the Mercer's Company's captain, before leaving for the conference
Earlier this week, the Royal Horticultural Society unveiled the duchess's design for her garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, which aims to promote mental well-being.
The duchess creates her garden with Davis and White from Davis White Landscape Architects and the Royal Gardening Society. Of course, other members of the Royal Family have contributed ideas.
To appear in Chelsea in May, the garden will highlight the benefits of the natural world for our mental and physical well-being, according to Kensington Palace.
The goal is to "bring people back to nature" and encourage them to "create new experiences in the open."
The mother of the three wore a plain black suede from Mulberry that was perfectly matched to her shoes
The duchess presented her smile as she left her car in the Mercer Hall courtyard