The Special Meaning Behind Princess Kate’s Latest Outfit Choice – Revealed

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Thursday saw Princess Kate visit the mental health charity Anna Freud in central London. The royal said she left the engagement feeling “inspired,” after learning about the charity’s mental health kit.

The Princess of Wales looked radiant as always, in a fluttering green button-up shirt dress by Suzannah London and two-tone Alessandra Rich heels – and there was a special reason behind her outfit choice.

Princess Kate has been wearing a rainbow of different colours lately, from her sunshine yellow blazer on Tuesday to a billowing blue dress for a surprise appearance at the Eurovision Song Contest last Saturday, but her reason for wearing a green dress was extra poignant.

Her outfit choice was influenced by the fact that The Mental Health Foundation encouraged people to wear green on Thursday to raise awareness about mental well-being, as the date fell within Mental Health Awareness Week.

The initiative, dubbed Wear It Green, with the official statement on the foundation’s website reading: “Join us on Wear it Green Day 2023 to raise money to help us get good mental health for all of us.

Going green, you can support us in carrying out vital research and deliver programmes for different communities.” 

Other attendees also wore the bottle green shade, for a lovely united look.

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