The Duchess of Cambridge looked every inch the royal princess on Wednesday as she stepped out in a stunning pink ball gown for a prestigious charity dinner. The ever-glamorous Kate paired her striking designer dress with glittery silver pumps and dramatic drop earrings, her signature brunette curls tucked into a half-up style. Tonight's 100 Women in Finance gala dinner is raising money for mental health initiatives in schools. Her hair was combined into an elegant updo.
Earlier in the day, Catherine attended the Royal Foundation's "Mental Health in Education" conference at Mercers' Hall in East London, where she was praised for the work she has done in the field of education.
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Child development Gill Connell said at that time that active listening is one of the most important ways for parents to send their message to their children.
The Duke and Duchess attended last year's BAFTAs ceremony, when Kate was pregnant with Prince Louis, and the audience stood quiet as they entered.
"They get down on the child's level and speak to them eye to eye to make them feel empowered", Anne told the Sunday Times.
Introducing the Duchess today, Silverton said: 'As you all know (she) has been a great driving force behind much of the royal foundation supporting children in their earliest years.