Kate Middleton continues to support her local High Street in £495 yellow silk dress from Notting Hill based brand Raey to launch photography project – and her hair still looks VERY bouncy
- Duchess of Cambridge, 38, is spearheading National Portrait Gallery project
- People across UK invited to submit photographic portrait taken during pandemic
- Launching the project, the royal donned £495 yellow floral dress from Raey
- Kate Middleton’s hair also appeared in full health, in it’s usual bouncy blowdry
Kate Middleton has continued her support for her local High Street by donning a floral yellow dress from a Notting Hill based brand to launch a new photography project.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, launched the community photography project Hold Still with the National portrait Gallery today, with the campaign designed to catch the ‘spirit, mood, hopes and fears’ of the nation.
The mother-of-three, who is currently isolating with her husband Prince William, 37, and their children, George, six, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two, in Anmer Hall in Norfolk, selected a pretty yellow floral dress from Raey and opted for her usual glamorous bouncy blow dry to speak about the project in an interview with This Morning today.
While it marks the first time the Duchess has worn the brand, their flagship store is in Notting Hill, just a stone’s throw from her London home of Kensington Palace.
Kate Middleton, 38, continued her support for her local High Street as she donned a yellow midi dress from Notting Hill based brand Raey to launch a new photography project today
Launching the project, Kate wore her brunette locks in loose waves around her shoulders and opted for her signature natural make-up, with brown eyeshadow and a nude lip.
The Duchess also selected a stunning yellow bracelet-sleeve silk dress by British brand Raey, featuring a pink and green tree print.
The midi dress is currently on sale on Matches Fashion for £148, reduced from £495.
The piece, which is adorned with a playful brown, light-green and pink tree print, the silk dress has a flowing, draped silhouette and bracelet-length sleeves.
The Duchess donned the silk midi dress from the Notting Hill based brand to launch the project earlier today
It’s the first time the Duchess has worn the trendy brand, which is known for it’s slim-cut separates in luxurious fabrics.
And while materials like cashmere and crêpe are often sourced in Italy and Nepal, much of the collection is manufactured in England.
Beneath her bouncy blow dry, Kate revealed glimpses of her favourite Catherine Zoraida earrings, which feature a leafy fern design.
The pieces, which sell for £165 on the brand’s website, 18ct gold-plated silver, making them a gorgeous special occasion purchase.
The Duchess also selected her gold leaf earrings by Catherine Zoradia for the interview, having previously worn the pieces during a farm visit in Ireland in February
Kate previously showed her support for the high street by selecting quintessentially British brand Boden for a virtual call with a maternity ward in London
Celebrity hair stylist James Johnson previously told FEMAIL how he believes the Duchess has been styling her own hair, and how it looks healthier as she goes to less events and has given it a break from regular heat.
The British label Raey is not the only one that the Duchess has worn during her time in isolation.
In a virtual visit to a maternity ward in Kingston last week, the royal wore a pretty blue midi dress from Boden as well as supporting a family friend, Tabitha Webb, by opting for a 70s inspired £275 jumper by the British designer.
The Duchess has had a busy few days amid the coronavirus pandemic, with the royal Court Circular revealing she and Prince William spent Wednesday speaking to care home residents.
It wasn’t the only British brand that Kate wore during the call, with the royal also opting to support her family friend Tabitha Webb by donning a jumper from the designer’s label
The entry for Wednesday’s Court Circular reads: ‘The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge this morning talked to residents and staff at a Royal British Legion Care Home, Mais House, 18 Hastings Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, via video link.’
Today, Kate is spearheading the Hold Still campaign, as a patron of the National Portrait Gallery and a keen amateur photographer, which aims to capture a snapshot of the UK at this time, with the help of the nation.
The Duchess is today launching the Hold Still project in conjunction with the National Portrait Gallery
The project aims to showcases the lives of those who have put everything on hold to help protect our NHS – and the reality of everyday life on the frontline for our helpers and heroes.
The Duchess will personally curate 100 photographs for the Hold Still exhibition.
She said she had been ‘struck’ by the many ‘incredible’ images seen already, ‘which have given us an insight into the experiences and stories of people – some desperately sad images showing the human tragedy of this pandemic’.
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