Mar 272015
 

The Duchess opted for her hot pink Mulberry coat today as she joined William for several engagements in South London.

The morning’s first stop was at the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust. The Trust was started as a legacy to a young man named Stephen Lawrence, whose murder in the early 90′s was a notorious hate crime. More from the Trust’s website:

Tragically, at the age of 18 on 22nd April 1993, Stephen was murdered in an unprovoked racist attack. He didn’t know his killers and his killers didn’t know him. To this date, only two of the five perpetrators have been put in prison for his murder.

Below you see the Duke and Duchess being welcomed to the Centre by Stephen’s mother, Doreen Lawrence, Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon OBE.

Stephen Lock / i-Images

Stephen Lock / i-Images

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Mar 182015
 

The Duchess opted for a $63 polka dot dress from ASOS Maternity for today’s visit to Brookhill Children’s Centre in London

Ben Stevens / i-Images

Ben Stevens / i-Images

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Mar 132015
 

For today’s National Service of Commemoration honoring those who served in Afghanistan the Duchess opted for Beulah London.

Stephen Lock / i-Images / Polaris

Stephen Lock / i-Images / Polaris

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