Pretty in pink! Duchess of Cambridge is radiant in pastel princess gown

Pretty in pink! Duchess of Cambridge is radiant in pastel princess gown

Pretty in pink! Duchess of Cambridge is radiant in pastel princess gown

The stunning appearance left her fans gushing on social media about the Duchess' incredible attire.

The duchess cinched her floor-length dress with a velvet ribbon that perfectly matched her Prada clutch.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, patron of 100 Women in Finance's Philanthropic Initiatives, attends a Gala Dinner at the Victoria and Albert Museum on February 13, 2019 in London, England.

Kate chose to complement her one-shouldered Alexander McQueen floor-length dress with the ideal accessory: a pair of dazzling diamond and South Sea pearl drop earrings that once belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana.

The outing comes just hours after the royal attended The Royal Foundation's "Mental Health in Education" conference.

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Earlier in the day, the duchess stopped by the Royal Foundations Mental Health in Education conference at the Mercers Hall in London, where she gave a speech.

Having made mental health and development of young people her key cause this year, she joined professionals and academics brought together to promote mental health training in Britain's schools.

She then asked that adults help guide youth in their mental health journey, saying: "Some children will be facing tougher challenges than others, but I firmly believe that while we cannot change their circumstances, we can ensure that every child is given the best possible support to ensure they fulfill their true potential".

"And how critical it is, everyone looking after children at a critical time, teachers, parents, and everyone who's caring for them, how important it is that we get it right".

Child development Gill Connell said at that time that active listening is one of the most important ways for parents to send their message to their children.

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