In late March 2015, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge carried out a series of royal engagements in South London, each focussed on supporting development opportunities for young people in area. They were Kate’s last public engagements before the birth of her second child. The first engagement was at the Stephen Lawrence Centre in Deptford. The centre was named after 18-year-old Stephen … [Read more...]
The Duchess of Cambridge appears to be a BIG fan of Stuart Weitzman. HRH has a number of pumps, wedges and boots from the designer. She also owns a couple of clutch bags too.
Below, you’ll find all royal engagements and public appearances that I’ve tagged with “Stuart Weitzman.” This means Kate has worn something by the brand during that event.
Browse our Stuart Weitzman archive below:
Duchess wears Asos maternity dress for visit to Home-Start’s Brookhill Children’s Centre in Woolwich
This morning, The Duchess of Cambridge visited Home-Start’s Brookhill Children’s Centre in Woolwich to learn more about the charity and find out more about the support it provides for children and families. Home-Start provides families with young children support so they can “deal with whatever life throws at them”. The charity has a network of volunteers that provide free, non-judgemental … [Read more...]
This morning, The Duchess of Cambridge joined other members of the Royal Family, along with the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, Secretary of State for Defence, Service Chiefs and other senior political and military figures for a commemorative service to mark 13 years of UK military operations in Afghanistan, at St Paul’s Cathedral, London. The service recognised the contribution of … [Read more...]
This morning, The Duchess of Cambridge met with the cast and crew of popular British drama Downton Abbey at the famous Ealing Studios in west London. Kate arrived at the studios, greeted by four-year-old Zac Barker who plays Lady Mary’s son George in the show. Zac coyly handed Kate a posy of flowers. After chatting with TV executives and Downton Abbey creator Lord Julian Fellowes, … [Read more...]
Kate visited the seaside town of Margate in East Kent today for an arty day out! She toured the Turner Contemporary gallery in and the nearby Resort Studios. You may recall Kate is very interested in art - she is Patron of The Art Room and the National Portrait Gallery. She also studied the history of art at the University of St. Andrews for four years. At the Turner Contemporary, … [Read more...]
Kate’s boat print dress to be restocked, the Minx shoes back in stock (new colours), new engagements and much more!
It's officially March, which means spring is in the horizon. The word spring conjures up images of cheery, bright and blooming daffodils - one of my favourite flowers. Speaking of daffodils, Happy St. David's Day to all of our Welsh readers. Kate, The Queen & Camilla all with daffodils On to today's royal roundup of news and tidbits, a Kate-fix to tide you over until her next set of … [Read more...]
On January 19th 2015, The Duchess of Cambridge conducted a number of engagements in the Kensington area, nearby to her London home at Kensington Palace. Kate began her day with a visit to the volunteers at Family Friends, a charity that supports disadvantaged families though its network of trained volunteers. At the event, The Duchess attended a coffee morning and met some of the … [Read more...]
The Duchess of Cambridge attended an event in North London today, hosted by the The Fostering Network and Islington Council. The Fostering Network are an organisation that provide support to both fostered children and fostering families. Today's event was held to celebrate the work of foster carers. During the event, The Duchess met with foster carers, social works and care leavers … [Read more...]
On Sunday 7th December 2014, William and Kate arrived in New York ahead of a three day mini “tour”. The royal couple were greeted at the Carlyle hotel in New York City, where crowds of fans had queued all day to catch a glimpse of their favourite royals. For her arrival at the hotel, the Duchess wore a rich purple tweed coat by Seraphine Maternity, it's known as the "Marina" … [Read more...]
Today, The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Norfolk Showground in Norwich to launch a £10 million appeal for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). EACH requires £10 million of funding to build a new hospice in Norfolk named “the nook.” A new hospice is required as demand for the charity’s services in the region has grown and their current property does not have room to … [Read more...]
On the 8th of November 2014, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Valero Pembroke Refinery in West Wales. #458621354 / gettyimages.com The Pembrokeshire oil refinery employs 1,200 people from the local area and was opened by the Queen Mother in 1964. This year, the refinery is celebrating it’s 50th birthday. It’s reported that the refinery contributes £1.5 million to the Welsh … [Read more...]
This afternoon Kate toured and officially reopened the famous Bletchley Park code breaking centre in Buckinghamshire. The buildings have undergone significant restoration over the last 12 months, returning them to their WWII appearance after an injection of £8 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund. A little about the centre and the restoration project from the Bletchley Park … [Read more...]