On the 29th April 2013, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) visited Naomi House, a hospice for children and young adults located in Hampshire. Kate privately visited the hospice back in 2008.
During the visit to Naomi House, Kate met with 850 volunteers and enjoyed a tea party with some of the families at the hospice.
A video from the Duchess’s visit:
The visit to Naomi House was scheduled to coincide with Children’s Hospice Week, which ran from April 20th – May 3rd, 2013. The initiative is run by Together for Short Lives, a UK palliative care charity.
Here’s a video Kate filmed to support the cause:
Kate wore peachy coral tones for the visit, which suited her complexion and made her look even more radiant! The coat was by Tara Jarmon.
The coral-coloured coat was described as a cotton twill coat featuring two front slit pockets, a vent at the back and button fastenings through the front. The coat retailed for £380 at Harvey Nichols.
The Palace confirmed Kate wore a wore a bespoke dress from an “independent dressmaker” in a light peach colour underneath the coat. Sadly, we do not know any further details.
Finally, Kate wore her Annoushka Baroque pearl earrings on Kiki McDonough hooks.