Kate Middleton Wears Bespoke Emilia Wickstead Dress To Gallery

Kate Middleton‘s baby bump has a better social life than us right now. The Duchess of Cambridge attended another public event last night, continuing her duties as a patron of the National Portrait Gallery. 

Dressed in a stunning Tiffany blue prom dress, a bespoke creation by Emilia Wickstead, Kate smiled for photographers and well-wishers before paying a visit to The Art Room, a project which helps young people to channel emotional and behavioural issues. 

She teamed her prom with grey suede heels and thanks to the warm evening, arrived without a coat, so we could see her growing baby bump. 

Kate was a guest of honour at the event, where she celebrated The Art Room’s 11th anniversary along with 250 guests.  

Addressing the audience, she said: “I am a firm believer in the power of art to make a difference and The Art Room is doing that on a daily basis. We all stand here tonight to celebrate this wonderful work. I hope that you will join me in congratulating The Art Room and their supporters on these extraordinary achievements. 

“As patron of The Art Room, I feel immense pride to see the amazing work that they are doing but I also feel hugely excited to look to a future with more Art Rooms, where many more challenging and vulnerable children will be helped.” 

We’re loving this maternity wardrobe. Bring on more dreamy spring dresses… 

By Rebecca Martin, 25th April 2013

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