Prince William, Kate Middleton Impressed Anne Hathaway To Do This Parenting Trick

Yolanda Curtis
February 14, 2019

The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant on Sunday night (10 February), as she stepped out with Prince William in a stunning white gown for the 2019 BAFTAs in London.

The dinner will benefit The Royal Foundation's Head's Together programme "Mentally Healthy Schools". Tonight's 100 Women in Finance gala dinner is raising money for mental health initiatives in schools. Prince William also looks dashing in his black texudo.

Kate teamed the jewels with a gorgeous white Alexander McQueen dress with a floral motif.

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The conference at Mercers Hall today brought together delegates from across the mental health and education sectors to explore and discussed the benefits of collaborative working and what more can be done to tackle mental health issues in schools.

The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken of how she felt "very naive as a parent", as she emphasised the critical importance of children's first years in preparing them for the future.

At the conference earlier on Wednesday, Kate, 37, sat in on a number of discussions and panel sessions, including one focusing on the benefits of integrating mental health modules into teacher training courses.

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Kate's brunette locks were styled into an intricate updo and she finished her look with a shimmering grey smoky eye, bronzer and rose-pink lipstick.

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Meanwhile the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are also set to move out of their Kensington Palace cottage and into Frogmore House in the grounds of Windsor Castle in March.

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