Kate Middleton wore a crisp, white summer dress and a floral face mask for a public visit to a baby bank in Sheffield today.
The Duchess of Cambridge helped 19 British-based retailers donate baby supplies, clothes, and more to over 40 baby banks across the U.K.
It's back to business for the Duchess of Cambridge, who's continuing to carry out in-person royal engagements amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
On Tuesday, Duchess Catherine paid a visit to a Sheffield-based baby bank called Baby Basics, where she helped unpack donations from over 19 British brands and retailers that chipped in to donate 10,000 supplies for the nation's most vulnerable families.
For the visit, Kate wore a crisp button-down summer dress by Suzannah with a floral-print face mask by the brand Amaia London. Sporting her usual freshly blown-out hairstyle, the duchess paired the look with delicate gold hoop earrings and pointed toe stiletto pumps by Tabitha Simmons.
After previously visiting the Baby Basics West Norfolk location and learning of their growing need for supplies, the duchess spearheaded a donation drive where select brands and high-street retailers to contributed baby products for baby banks across the U.K.
“Over recent months, I have heard from families who have been supported by baby banks through the most difficult of times and I have been deeply moved by their stories," Duchess Kate, a mother of three, said of the initiative. "Having somewhere to turn to for support is important for all families, and baby banks work every day, up and down the country, to provide immediate, tangible and practical help for parents and carers when they are most in need. Baby banks are driven by incredible volunteers, demonstrating the power of community spirit in supporting families and coming together to raise the next generation. Thanks to the generosity of the companies taking part in this initiative, baby banks across the UK will be able to support even more families through this particularly challenging time."
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