HRH, Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit today to Family Action in Lewisham.
FAMILY ACTION is an organization that supports families who are experiencing poverty, disadvantage, or social isolation and part of her visit was to help celebrate the launch its new service, a free National support line for parents and families, called Family Line.
Family Action aims to provide both immediate and long-term support, practical information and guidance, or help with accessing relevant services.
Her visit today is a continuation of the Royal Family’s long relationship with the organisation, which Her Majesty, the Queen has been a patron of since 1953.
Family Action is this year celebrating 150 years of working to help vulnerable people, and today it supports about 45,000 families every year in Britain through 150 specialist services.
Looking very chic, the Duchess wore a smart forest-green dress by Beulah London, an inspiring brand that donates a percentage of their profits to supporting women who have been victims of sex trafficking.
Her dress is believed to be a custom version of the pink Beulah London Yahvi midi dress, but Beulah mentioned that the olive green version is available to pre-order.
Waring her signature smokey-eye and nude lip combo, Kate kept the rest of her makeup very neutral.
RECREATE HER LOOK FOR LESS!!
God bless the Duchess of Cambridge and God save the Queen!
FOR GOD, QUEEN AND COUNTRY