Kate Middleton Delivers Valentine's Day Inspo in the Most Romantic Gucci Gown

Kate Middleton Delivers Valentine's Day Inspo in the Most Romantic Gucci Gown

Darren Sullivan
February 14, 2019

The Duchess of Cambridge looked fabulous on Wednesday evening as she stepped out at the V&A Museum for a gala dinner, in aid of "Mentally Healthy Schools".

The glamourous mum-of-three turned heads as she stepped out of her vehicle wearing a blush pink and maroon gown, by Italian brand Gucci. As Patron of 100 Women in Finance's Philanthropic Initiatives, the wife of Prince William attended a private reception first, before making a short speech ahead of the dinner.

For the Mental Health in Education conference in London on February 13, the brunette beauty turned heads in a dark-hued tweed suit, proving once again she's a fashion force to be reckoned with.

The Duchess of Cambridge beamed as she arrived at the conference, dressed in a smart and stylish ensemble.

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.

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She escaped with only a mild case of hypothermia and "a few minor abrasions", according to local journalist Bernadette Wilks. She was quickly treated by paramedics before being flown by helicopter to Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital.

She was the guest of honour of The Royal Foundation's "Mental Health in Education" conference, which brings together delegates from across the mental health and education sectors to work together to tackle mental health issues in schools.

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.

"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.

The Duchess also highlighted the "vital role" of teachers at education facilities working to improve the lives of children in their care.