Duchess Kate dresses casually chic for urban garden visit

Duchess Kate dresses casually chic for urban garden visit

Kate spent the morning outside at the King Henry's Walk Community Garden in Islington, learning about how the project brings people together through gardening and food growing.

The Duchess of Cambridge mentioned three-year-old Charlotte's interest as she thanked a member of the Royal Opera House for giving her daughter "a little introduction" - adding "lucky her", and saying that Charlotte has been "so keen ever since".

Kate may have been dressed down the day before, but she did a U-turn on Wednesday, stunning onlookers in a purple two-piece by Oscar de la Renta - an outfit she has worn before.

She also met the Royal Ballet's principal dancers, Lauren Cuthbertson, Laura Morera, Tomas Mock and Vadim Muntagirov.

The Duchess of Cambridge will soon follow in her father-in-law Prince Charles' footsteps by designing a flower garden for this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

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The duchess - who also has nine-month-old Prince Louis with William - told the kids: "They are some of the best things to make, pizzas at home, aren't they?" Maybe next time I see her, shall I ask?'

Middleton visited the costume department of the iconic performing arts venue to learn about textile manufacturing, design and craftsmanship by meeting the experts who work in the industry.

Up to 10,000 costumes are used each year by artists from The Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera House.

The duchess was then shown the dye shop, where staff showcased different techniques including dyeing, hand-painting, staining garments and digital printing which allows the team to reproduce historic fabrics no longer available.

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