Kate Middleton and Prince William Wow at Mental Health Summit Appearance

Hope Walk organiser Michelle Cogger says there's plenty of support out there for people suffering from mental illness

Hope Walk organiser Michelle Cogger says there's plenty of support out there for people suffering from mental illness

The Duchess previously wore the dress, named the "Kate", during an appearance in Hamburg, Germany last summer when she and William took a royal tour with children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have attended the first Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit.

The royal donned a chic lilac Emilia Wickstead dress, which she teamed with a pair of pointed nude stilettos and a matching handbag.

The young royals have been strong advocates for mental health, setting up the Heads Together campaign in 2016 through their official charity, The Royal Foundation.

The Mental Health Summit is taking place over two days and will see political figures, leading academics, and policy makers from around the world come together to support better mental health for all.




William and Kate were greeted by Health Secretary Matt Hancock. Kate and Will welcomed Prince Louis on April 23.

Meghan Markle meets Hannah Belcher, senior exhibitions project co-ordinator at the Royal Collection, as she is reunited with her wedding dress for the first time since her wedding, in a scene from the ITV documentary Queen Of The World, which will be broadcast on Tuesday 25th September 2018 at 9.15pm on ITV.

Their last stop was to a Friendship Bench, part of a innovation program from Zimbabwe which aims to teach elderly Zimbabwean women the skills they need to act as city lay health workers.

During the event, William aimed a good-natured ribbing at his wife after Middleton, who studied art history at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, added a brushstroke to artist Dairo Vargas' painting.

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