On March 15th 2012, Duchess Kate played hockey with Team GB at Olympic Park. Later in the afternoon, Kate changed into a grey pleated dress for an engagement at Dulwich Picture Gallery with Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The royal trio visited the Dulwich Picture Gallery to see the work carried about by The Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts.
During their time at the gallery, Charles, Camilla and Kate all met school children and participated in a number of activities.
One of my personal highlights from the visit is Kate and Prince Charles ironing participating in an art project, both ironing transfers onto silk. Here’s a picture:
The event made quite a few headlines this morning, especially as Prince Charles struggled with his transfer. During the activity, Charles asked several times whether his iron is “even on” and Kate comments that she feels as if she’s back home doing the ironing.
About Kate’s outfit:
Kate wore a grey pleated dress with black daisy appliqué by Irish designer Orla Kiely.
Here’s a closer look at the dress, image courtesy of WhatKateWore.com:
She accessorised her dress with a pair of Links of London “Hope Egg” earrings.
She also wore her Tiffany & Co. “Diamonds by the Yard” bracelet, which is from the Elsa Peretti collection.
The bracelet is made from stirling silver and it features three round .09 carat diamonds, which “catch the light and make it dance” according to the brand.
Kate also carried her mystery black suede clutch bag with the bow trim and her Episode Angel pumps.