The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her gardening skills last week when she helped plant up a new outside area at a children's hospice in East Anglia.
Kate was visiting The Nook, one of East Anglia Children's Hospices' (EACH) hospices, in Framlingham on Thursday (25 June) to mark the end of Children's Hospice Week, as part of her role as royal patron of the charity.
The Duchess joined families to help plant a brand new garden for children and families to enjoy at the hospice, using plants purchased during her visit to Fakenham Garden Centre, near her home in Norfolk, earlier this month.
Kate chose a stunning floral midi dress with cute capped sleeves for the occasion, which appears to be the £180 Marie-Louise Floral-Print Crepe Midi Dress by Faithfull the Brand in Lilac. The crepe dress is one of those versatile pieces you can dress up or down, but has sadly sold out online.
The Duchess paired her summery dress with a pair of her go-to shoes by Russell & Bromley, the £135 Coco Nut Ankle Strap Espadrille in Nude.
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Despite her smart outfit, Kate wasn't afraid to get her hands dirty as she helped plant seeds in pots alongside the families.
During her visit, the royal also took time to speak to the EACH team and thank them for their hard work.
A few snapshots of Kate's day out were also shared on the official @KensingtonRoyal Instagram account on the weekend.
And, if you would love to emulate Kate's style, then you're in luck because high street favourite Boden is selling a beautiful lilac floral midi dress right now, that's currently on sale.
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