Kate Middleton visits XLP Mentoring Project: 11th March 2016
For their second public engagement in the capital today, Kate wore a bespoke dress created by Eponine, a Kensington-based designer brand, which reportedly costs £600.
The XLP charity works in more than 75 schools across the city to help 11-18 year olds who are facing emotional and behavioural challenges that affect their school work and are at risk of more antisocial trouble.
The young people are assigned a mentor from the program who oversees their work and progress on a 12-week schedule.
Last year, when Kate was eight months pregnant with Princess Charlotte, the pair visited another XLP project in South London, Gipsy Hill.
It follows a day of meetings yesterday where the mother-of-two raised awareness surrounding mental health problems and particularly suicide.
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