The Duchess of Cambridge is doing a round of visits for a very worthy cause right now
Mental Health awareness
Well it seems like the Duchess of Cambridge has got a packed schedule these days because she's here, there and everywhere – and looking super fly while she's at it.
Over the last couple of weeks, she's visited London's Royal Opera House, Family Action (a London-based charity for which she has launched a Family Line for parents and children in need) and Scotland with the Duke of Cambridge to open the V&A Dundee.
And just yesterday she made the rounds to a couple of schools in London in support of charity Place2Be’s Children's Mental Health Week. Starting off at Lavender Primary School she arrived in a spring-ready emerald green dress from Eponine London with black tights and L.K. Bennett boots to the usual fanfare as she greeted the public. She was there to find out "more about the support offered to students, teachers and parents to help with mental wellbeing," the Palace tweeted.
Inside the classrooms the Duchess brightened up the students' day as she engaged in their activities with her usual warmth. And there was one classroom of pupils the Duchess joined who shared objects that represented something that made them feel good. Too cute.
From there she was off to Wembley to "meet the UK’s first winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, Andria Zafirakou, and find out more about the programs the school runs to support both students and teachers with their mental wellbeing."
In all, it was very positive day out for the Duchess. Let's just see what she's got next in the pipeline...
Now, go inside the V&A's largest fashion exhibition.