Kate glows at gala dinner for charity 'very close' to her heart

Prince William and Kate Middleton

Prince William and Kate Middleton

She and William, Kensington Palace announced on Twitter before their arrival, are traveling to the county to "to celebrate the resilience and spirit of rural and farming communities in the region". It wasn't just her glam that we loved, though, as she looked unbelievable in her skintight white dress.

We love Kate's style and while it's refreshing to see her recycle her outfits, we do love when she switches up her look and surprises us, which is exactly what she did when she rocked this gorgeous new hairstyle.

However, it seems one little girl wasn't so impressed by Kate's casual look as she wasn't dressed like Disney's princess Elsa.

Before the dinner - which was held at the stunning restaurant Spring, Somerset House - Kate met with Action on Addiction clients who are working as apprentices in the kitchen. They helped head chef and owner Skye Gyngell to create the evening's meal.

The Duchess will give some opening remarks at the event to recognise the work done by the charity, and talk about how her time as Patron has also inspired other elements of her work.

"What we experience during our earliest years, even while we're still in the womb, shapes the developing brain".

Earlier this year, Queen Elizabeth herself made a subtle reference to Brexit in a speech where she called for "coming together to seek out the common ground" and "never losing sight of the bigger picture".

"I love your plaits", she told a young girl who had lined up to offer the royals flowers.

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He told Prince William he felt "quite apprehensive" about the future.

"By providing professionals and people across the United Kingdom with the tools and guidance they need to support friends, family and colleagues who are bereaved, you are helping to create a support network aimed at providing comfort to those in the most painful situations".

The charity also campaigns to raise the standard of professional education across the addictions field, funds groundbreaking research into different facets of addiction, increases access to treatment for all those who need it, and strives to remove the stigma relating to addiction and associated issues.