THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE VISITS THE NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY

Continuing a busy week of official engagements, the Duchess of Cambridge attended a reception at The National Portrait Gallery in London to celebrate the work of The Art Room charity.  Catherine, who is due to give birth in July, looked elegant in a light-blue knee-length cocktail dress by one of her favorite designers, Emilia Wickstead.  The Duchess of Cambridge is patron of both The Art Room and The National Portrait Gallery and said, “I always love coming to the National Portrait Gallery so to be here tonight for an evening to celebrate The Art Room makes it feel incredibly special.”  In her speech before a crowd of supporters, schoolchildren, and artists, the duchess also said, “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.”  Photos by PacificCoastNews and Getty Images.

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