Kate Middleton Exudes Sophistication at Museum Exhibit Opening

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

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

Cape Town - Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge turned heads at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London on Wednesday night.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to attend the first Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit - an initiative to help improve mental health around the world.

This time around, Kate swapped out her usual clutch in favour of a sand-colored, crocodile-stamped Mayfair handbag from Aspinal of London, which coordinated with her heels.

It marks Kate's first engagement as patron of the V&A, after being named its first back in March.

The exhibit is titled Collecting Photography: From Daguerreotype to Digital and follows the medium's invention to the present day.

William and Kate were greeted by Health Secretary Matt Hancock.

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The royal couple arrived to attend multiple presentations on case studies of active mental health programs and also met with young people to speak about their experiences with mental health.

She added her own artistic touch to an original piece by Dairo Vargas, a contemporary fine artist from Columbia, who created a painting inspired by the day's events. "Meghan has mixed up her style a little bit and I think Kate is taking some inspiration from that", she said.

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Its eye-catching lilac colour looks divine on the mum of three, who returned to her royal duties following a six-month maternity leave last Tuesday.

Erdem is a much beloved designer of the royals, with speculation around whether the brand has designed Princess Eugenie's wedding dress for her nuptials on Friday.

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