Kate Middleton beamed as she stepped out today after being announced as the new Patron of The Royal Photographic Society by the Queen.
Honouring her new role, the mum-of-three attended a photography workshop run by The Royal Photographic Society and Action for Children in London.
Greeting members of staff and children from the charity, Prince William’s wife made sure to make time for everyone – shaking their hands and having a chat upon her arrival.
During her appearance, the 37 year old learnt more about how photography can help young people express themselves, while also helping them develop their confidence.
As always, The Duchess of Cambridge looks beautiful, dressing appropriately for the hotter weather in a paisley print midi wrap dress.
Completing her look with a pair of Castaner espadrilles and gold earrings, she let her brunette locks hang over her shoulders.
The doting mum is a keen photographer, and often shares intimate images of her three children, George, five, Charlotte, four, and Louis, one.
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In May, Kate and William shared new photos of their daughter Charlotte to make her fourth birthday.
The three gorgeous images, taken by the Duchess of Cambridge at their family home in April, show little Charlotte in the garden of the family home in Norfolk.
Recently, Kate opened up about her most cherished aspect of family life in a heartfelt letter for Children's Hospice Week, revealing how much she enjoyed spending time outside with her family.
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"Spending quality time together is such an important aspect of family life," the royal wrote in a letter.
"For me, as a mother, it is the simple family moments like playing outside together that I cherish."
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