Kate Middleton stuns in recycled £1,350 Emilia Wickstead purple dress and debuts lighter hair colour at summit

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked the picture of elegance as they arrived at the first Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit in London today.

Royal fans will remember that Kate has worn the spectacular A-line dress before, including in Hamburg last year.

The stylish couple are matching for the event, with the lavender £1,350 ensemble named the "Kate" dress, perfectly complimenting Prince William’s purple tie.

She has paired the stunning dress with £510 suede court heels by Gianvito Rossi and appears to be debuting a lighter hair shade in her trademark bouncy blowdry style for the event.

She carried a toupe croc Aspinal of London bag, which costs £695, and her show-stopping engagement ring was clearly on view.


  • Gianvito Rossi suede pumps, £510 from Net-a-Porter – buy now
  • Mayfair bag with stripe strap in toupe croc, £695 from Aspinal of London – buy now
  • Diamond pendant necklace, £1,000 from Mappin & Webb – buy now
  • Diamond drop earrings, £1,500 from Mappin & Webb – buy now

The duchess appears to be wearing £2,500 worth of bling with her necklace and earrings.

Her white gold, diamond drop earrings are from Mappin & Webb, and cost a staggering £1,500.

Meanwhile her 15mm pendant is from the same designer, and retails for £1,000.




The first Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit is an initiative aimed to help improve mental health around the world.

The event is taking place at London’s County Hall on the South Bank.

The glamorous royal couple will be joined by political figures, policy makers and experts to discuss how to combat stigma attached to mental health.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have long championed mental health initiatives through their Heads Together campaign.


Kate Middleton is back in business after taking six months off for maternity leave.

Last week she stepped out for her first public engagement following the birth of her third child, Prince Louis.

We shared her sweet reply when a little girl asked why people were taking her photo at the Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden at Paddington Recreation Ground in West London.

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