On October 13th 2011, Catherine and William attended a low key gala event in benefit of a Child Bereavement Charity, organised by the ‘100 Women in Hedge Funds‘ initiative. The gala took place at St. James’s Palace.
Prince William has been Patron of 100 Women in Hedge Funds since October 2009.
The gala raised over £675,000 or the Child Bereavement UK charity.
To the charity gala evening, Kate wore a bright red full length (maxi) dress, with a plunge neckline, flared sleeves and a tie around the waist.
The dress is by Beulah London. It is known as the Sarai dress and retailed for £595 back in 2011.
The dress is made from silk jersey with chiffon sleeves.
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Kate carried her gold glittering Wilbur and Gussie “Charlie” clutch bag. The bag once sold at FarFetch.com, where it was described as follows:
Gold silk ‘Charlie’ clutch from Wilbur & Gussie featuring a front flap closure, a full lining, an internal patch pocket, an internal logo plaque, a wristlet strap and a crystal embellished circular brooch detail.
We currently have no details about Kate’s shoes earrings due to limited, low resolution photographs from the event.