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The Duchess of Cambridge wears the sassy white suit you’ve always dreamed of

The Duchess of Cambridge traveled to ELEVATE on Wednesday with her husband Prince William. There, they met with the younger members of the British-Caribbean community and other diasporas, who stand for the country’s upcoming creative talent.


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Kate wore an incredibly stunning white suit by Alexander McQueen, which gave her an amazing streamlined shape and made her look effortlessly chic. The mother-of-three was seen carrying a white Mulberry bag from a previous season called the “Amberley Small Crossbody bag.” She wore her famous mane in a sleek and straight style and added big statement earrings by Chalk. Beautiful!

ELEVATE is a cutting-edge youth program run by the London Borough of Lambeth that aims to introduce every young person in the borough to the creative and cultural industries. It works toward a time when everyone can enjoy the benefits of a vibrant, varied, and rich cultural environment.


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It collaborates with a network of employers, training programs, and schools and colleges.

To ensure that young people can develop skills, access opportunities, and pursue successful careers in the creative industries, this creates strong pathways from early childhood through adulthood.

The visit took place at Brixton House, a recently renovated structure in the center of the neighborhood that will house a new generation of creatives, audiences, and artists.

Since it first opened, Brixton House has grown to be a significant ELEVATE program partner, hosting workshops and offering young people in the neighborhood spaces for their creative work.


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The Duchess was last seen leaving for Royal Ascot on Friday. She wore a striking white dress by one of her favorite designers, Alessandra Rich, that was adorned with striking brown polka dots for the prestigious racing event, and she looked stunning. Kate completed her ensemble with a stunning side-tilted woven hat in the same monochromatic hue, and she styled her hair in a bun. She felt very “My Fair Lady” about the entire group.

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