The Duchess of Cambridge looked as chic as ever as she arrived at the Troubadour White City Theatre this morning.
Kate joined her husband, Prince William for a very special engagement to help raise awareness about Shout, a text support service for people in crisis.
The mum-of-three wore a grey checked Smythe blazer, burgundy trousers from Joseph and a plain-white top. She topped the look with black heels, a black belt and wore her hair in bouncy waves.
She also wore her stunning Mappin and Webb white and gold diamond earrings and matching necklace.
This morning’s event celebrated the work of Shout’s many volunteers. The organisation, which was launched by the Cambridges and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, aims to provide 24/7 support to people in the UK.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a host of royal engagements lined up for the coming weeks. The parents appear to be busier than ever as we inch closer to the Christmas holidays.
Kate and William will attend the Tusk Awards on Thursday, November 21. For almost 30 years Tusk has pioneered successful conservation action in Africa by protecting wildlife, empowering communities and working in the fight to end wildlife crime.
The parents recently attended the Remembrance Day Service, alongside Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.