Kate Middleton stepped out in a gray pleated Orla Kiely dress with an embroidered neckline to support Chance UK's early-intervention program. This is an outfit re-wear for the Duchess, who originally donned the ensemble in March 2012

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Jennifer Davis
Oct 27, 2015 @ 2:15 pm

The Duchess of Cambridge is having one busy week! After wowing at last night's Spectre premiere in a gorgeous Jenny Packham gown alongside Prince William and her brother-in-law Prince Harry, Kate Middleton made a solo apperance to support a cause close to her heart. 

Stepping out in a gray pleated Orla Kiely dress adorned with an embroidered floral necklinea repeat look for the Duchess—she headed to Islington Town Hall in north London to learn about Chance UK's early intervention mentoring program.

During the visit, Kate saw first-hand how the charity aids young children who are at risk of developing anti-social behaivor. Currently, Kate and William are making strides to champion mental health intiativies. "[Kate has a] particular interest in early intervention programs, which provide specialist support to children and families at the earliest opportunity to prevent the development of more serious problems in the future," a Kensington Palace spokesperson said after her visit. 

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This isn't the only apperance for Kate today. The Duchess will swap her street clothes for another ball gown for the 100 Women in Hedge Funds fundraiser, which is being hosted to raise funds for The Art Room charityof which Kate is a royal patron.

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