On Wednesday night, the royal mom attended the 100 Women in Finance’s gala dinner in support of her efforts to bring awareness to mental health in schools.
She arrived for the dinner at the historic V&A Museum in a glamorous floor-length Gucci gown.
The gorgeous dress featured pale pink and mauve sheer panels.
She also carried a velvet clutch, matching the belt detail on her gown. morganite earrings by Kiki McDonough, preciously worn to her sister Pippa Middletown’s wedding.
Kate also sported morganite earrings by Kiki McDonough, previously worn to her sister Pippa Middletown’s May 2017 wedding.
She kept her signature bouncy blowout but pulled back pieces for an elegant half-up ‘do.
Launched by Kate last year, the “Mentally Health Schools” program is one of the legacies of the royals’ Heads Together campaign, which helps teachers and school leaders better support children’s mental well-being.
Speaking ahead of the gala, Amanda Pullinger, CEO of 100 Women in Finance, said: “Our Philanthropic Themes are Women’s & Family Health, Education and Investing in the Next Generation. It’s raising money but also raising awareness for the next generation of women who can see that there is a place for them in these leadership roles.”
The gala comes after just hours after Kate sat in on the Royal Foundation’s Mental Health in Education conference.
The non-profit 100 Women in Finance (100WF) unites professionals in the alternative investments industry to support philanthropic initiatives in the areas of family health, mentoring and education and proceeds from Wedneday evening’s gala dinner will be handed to Kate’s mental health program.