Kate Middleton Stuns In Eye-Popping Green Dress: See Look

Kate Middleton Stuns In Eye-Popping Green Dress: See Look

"Schools and teachers don't have all the answers, nor could they, but we know they can play a special role which is why we have launched one of the biggest mental health trials in schools".

In support of Children's Mental Health Week, Kate paid a visit to Lavender Primary School in North London where she stepped out in a £2,100 Eponine dress paired with black heeled LK Bennett boots and her Mulberry clutch.

The Duchess of Cambridge was all smiles during her Tuesday appearance at a local school, however, we can't say the same for the dress which (bizarrely enough) looked like an angry face. "And that makes me feel very happy".

Afterward, the Duchess also got in on the fun by sharing her item-a family photograph.

According to the Department for Education, the scheme will teach children "innovative techniques" like mindfulness, relaxation and breathing exercises to "help them regulate their emotions".

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Aside from the photo, Middleton also told the school children and staff some surprising things about her two oldest kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

While at Lavender Primary School, Kate also joined a lesson with Year 6 students to discuss healthy eating; and met with parents to discuss routines to ensure healthy children, such as screen time, sleeping habits, healthy food and exercise. They are provided at no cost to B.C. teachers, school counsellors and other educators and will be available in two developmental levels, grades K-3 and 4-7.

If the photo looks familiar to you, that's because it is!

Pictures of her latest public appearance while celebrating Children's Mental Health Week in the United Kingdom went viral as Twitterati couldn't help but ponder at her bright green dress comparing the buttons on the pockets to a video game character's eyes from Angry Birds. "Providing this support is the first step in helping kids build life-long coping skills". The royal was introduced to the woman named as the world's best teacher, Andria Zafirakou.

"Does it make you happy by making them?" "This is essential as we all work together to strengthen mental health and addictions care in British Columbia".

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