Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was glowing as she helped to launch a new BBC initiative called Tiny Happy People this week.
Tiny Happy People is a five-year initiative, backed by the Duchess of Cambridge, to support parents and carers in developing the language and communication skills of 0-4-year-old children.
At the heart of the initiative is a simple message – talk to children from as early an age as possible.
Catherine joined a group of families this week to talk about the initiative, which she has been involved in for months. It will provide a range of free digital resources, specifically designed to support parents and carers in developing children’s language from pregnancy to the age of four.
You’ll be forgiven if you feel that this Emilia Wickstead’s Anatola pleated polka dot shirt dress is a re-run – I had to double-check myself – but the Pre-Fall 2019 dress appears to be new.
What isn’t new is Catherine’s love for polka dots.
We seen her most recently wear an Equipment blouse for the Children’s Centre visit (a for a second time), an Alessandra Rich dress for the Bletchley Park visit (also for a second time), an L.K. Bennett dress for the Evelina London Children’s hospital visit, a Dolce & Gabbana dress for the 2017 Wimbledon Tennis Championships and the Jenny Packham dress she wore while departing St. Mary’s Hospital with baby Prince Louis, to name a few.
Sporting a fresh blow dry, the Duchess paired her floaty button-up midi with her Castaner Cariña wedges that have become a staple for the royal.
On this occasion they didn’t work.
I understand her intentions, as she was on grass, and heels would’ve been a disaster, but black wedges – preferably without that inexpensive looking ankle tie, would’ve been a better option.
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