The Duchess of Cambridge looked typically chic in a recycled Oscar De La Renta outfit when she arrived today by train to open the £ 10 million Nook Children's Hospice in Norfolk.
Kate Middleton, 37 – the Royal Patron of East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) – was awarded the same two-piece peplum worth £ 2,736 on a visit to the Royal Opera House in January and one Mental Health Conference in February 2017.
The mother of three children The stylish magenta skirt suit was combined with a black Beulah London x Aspinal clutch for £ 275 and a pair of black suede Gianvito Rossi heels for £ 520.
During their visit to Framingham Earl's new hospice, the royal family met children who were supported by EVERYONE, visited the hospice, and unveiled a commemorative plaque to officially open the building.
The 37-year-old Duchess of Cambridge recycled a two-piece Oscar De La Renta peplum when she arrived to open the £ 10 million Nook children's hospice in Norfolk today
Kate Middleton was seen admiring the boy's teddy before talking to his parents.
The Duchess helped a Nook Children's Hospice user make a gingerbread house during her visit this afternoon.
The Duchess smiled as she met children and families who were assisted by EVERYONE after a tour of the hospice.  The Duchess of Cambridge gave a thumbs-up gesture when she visited Nook Children's Hospice in Norfolk. ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
The Duchess of Cambridge gave a thumbs-up gesture when she returned to the Nook Children's Hospice departed Norfolk.
The Duchess looked very elated when she arrived. When she arrived at the children's hospice, she was presented with a beautiful bouquet of cream and purple flowers.
The East Anglia Children's Hospice in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk cares for children and adolescents with life-threatening conditions and supports their families.
Your nursing service includes specialist care, symptom management, short breaks, wellness activities, therapies, counseling and voluntary services in the family home; all meet the individual needs of the child, the adolescent and the whole family.
Following a five-year public call to raise £ 10 million and two years of construction work, the EACH hospice charity has now started bringing children, youth and families to The Nook, a purpose-built hospice in Framingham Earl near Norwich.
The Duchess participated in the launch of The Nook's Call in November 2014.
The Duchess spoke to users during the official opening of the children's charity Equal in Norfolk and Bending
The Duchess of Cambridge meets patients and their families on a visit to East Anglia The new hospice of the Children's Hospices at Framingham Earl, Norfolk
The Duchess of Cambridge combined her recycled ensemble with a black Aspinal clutch and a pair of black suede heels of 520 pounds of suede boots by Gianvito Rossi (pictured)
One saw the royal applause before delivering a speech and the official opening of the £ 10 million children's hospice
Three squatted to engage with a child when she arrived today to open The Nook's children's hospice. The Duchess made a typically stylish figure for her visit. The Duchess made a typically stylish figure for her visit. The mother of three children was smiling when she greeted a child outside the hospice. ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />