Duchess Kate in Tabitha Webb as she, William and Harry visit childrens' charities
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended a Charities Forum today with Prince Harry. The event, co-hosted by BAFTA and Aardman Animation, involved dozens of charities that William, Kate and Harry are patrons of. The young royals took part in several fun activities during the visit, including a game called 'welly wanging' which set Kate into a fit of giggles at one point.
Duchess Kate looked positively lovely in the Tabitha Webb 'Meg Space' dress, a label that both she and her sister Pippa have worn before. Kate's dress, which retails for £312.50 or approximately $575, is still available at the Tabitha Webb site, though the size options are diminishing. She paired the dress with black suede Jimmy Choo pumps and a black Mulberry clutch.
See photos of the royals arriving and playing games with the children:
The royal trio joined children of the charities they support to watch the premiere of a new animated film, Shaun the Sheep: The Farmer's Llamas, by the Ardman Animation team. Following the screening, the Duchess took part in filming a video for the animators with some of the children, which Prince William encouraged by heckling, "Make Catherine do a silly walk!" causing Harry to burst out laughing.
All-in-all, it was a fun and a bit chaotic day for the royals, but they clearly had a wonderful time. The trio will be attending the Royal Film Performance this evening in London as well, where we expect to see them to be all dolled up for the glamorous evening at Royal Albert Hall. They'll be seeing the world premiere of the latest Bond movie, SPECTRE.
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