Following a sun soaked holiday in France, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are spotted as they get back to their royal duties by visiting Luton, in Bedfordshire, for a day of engagements.
But it appears most of the day’s focus is on the ever-stylish Kate Middleton; who stuns in a recycled blue and white Lasa Poppy print dress. The L.K. Bennet number, which cost an affordable £245, was first seen being worn by the Duchess back in 2014 during the royal tour of Australia and New Zealand.
The Duchess of Cambridge finishes her look with a cream clutch bag and matching heels.
Prince William compliments his wife’s look with a pair of dark blue trousers and a pale blazer.
The pair’s trip to Luton started with a visit to Bute Mills, where they toured the newly re-opened building of the youth charity Youthscape before discussing mental health in young individuals to members of various local mental health groups.
Following that, the Duke and Duchess visited Keech Hospice Care, where they met with families, friends and volunteers of the hospice which supports both children and adults, before unveiling a plaque to mark 25 years of the adult hospice.
To conclude their busy day, Kate and Will were seen at Hayward Tyler, where they opened their newly built Centre of Excellence and presented them with The Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
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