19th of November 2013—Kate and William visited the Only Connect head office in Kings Cross, London. Only Connect provide training, support and creative opportunities for ex-offenders, prisoners and at-risk young people.
On their website, Only Connect state that they have more than halved the expected rate of reoffending just by working with ex-offenders, and they believe they have saved the taxpayer £3.2 million.
During the visit, the royal couple toured the offices, watched a dance performance and looked at items from the Handmade Alliance’s workshop.
In addition, Kate and William also met with staff from Bounce Back, a charity foundation focussed on training and employment of ex-offenders.
Kate wore Orla Kiely’s Birdie print shirt dress during the visit.
The wool dress features long sleeves and a playful bird print.
Wool long sleeve shirt dress in Birdie jacquard fabric. Button through at centre front. Deep pleats in skirt and pockets in side seams. Button fastening at cuff.Orla Keily
She first wore the brown printed dress in 2012 to visit two Oxford schools.
Kate accessorised with matching brown tights/hose and a pair of brown suede Aquatalia booties.
The Italian-made ankle boots feature a classic silhouette. They have a three and a quarter inch heel, a three quarter inch platform and strap/buckle detailing, plus they are fully insulated with a plaid fabric lining.
The shoe upper was made from waterproof suede. They also had a full inside zipper and rubber outsoles. Like all of Aquatalia’s shoes, they were made in Italy.
Future Queen of England, Kate Middleton, was seen at her first official royal duty sporting a hot pair of the ravishing Rouge ankle boots from Aquatalia by Marvin K. …. The slightly pointed toe, accent strap and breathable microfiber lining are fitting for a future queen.Zappos
She added a little sparkle to her outfit with her Kiki McDonough Citrine Pear Drop earrings.
The earrings feature a citrine pear-shaped stone suspended from an 18-carat gold hoop. The jewellery designer describes the earrings as “a simple and extremely wearable style … perfect for adding a touch of colour to the face.”
Finally, Kate carried a brown suede clutch bag. It’s the Stuart Weitzman Muse style. (Pictured below in blue).
The Duchess owns the clutch bag in four different colours/fabrics.