The Duchess of Cambridge made another appearance via video call with husband Prince William on Wednesday, dialling in to a meeting with volunteers at crisis text line Shout85258. And in the video that was released on Friday evening, Kate looked beautiful for her virtual engagement – wearing a pretty scalloped edge cardigan and with her brunette hair up and away from her face.
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It's thought that the royal's elegant knit is from one of her favourite brands, Sandro. With its statement trim, slightly cropped hem and gorgeous button-up detail, we're not surprised Kate fell for it! Costing £155, it's currently available to buy at Selfridges – but not for long, no doubt.
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Sandro cardigan, £155, Selfridges
There are a number of dupes of the Duchess' latest look on the high street, from Espirit's 'fine knit bolero' at just £24.99 to Shein's 'Scallop Trim Button Front Blouse' at just £6.99.
The Duke and Duchess' important engagement came on the the first anniversary of Shout85258, the UK’s first 24/7 crisis text line. Shout is a legacy of the Heads Together campaign and was launched in May 2019 by Kate and William and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after a £3million investment from The Royal Foundation. Meghan and Harry themselves called in to Shout's sister organisation Crisis Text Line on Thursday.
Kate also wore her Catherine Zoraida fern leaf earrings
In the clip, Kate can be heard asking: "Have the calls changed in any way since lockdown? Has there been a shift in what people are calling up about or has it just been an increase in numbers?"
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Prince William later thanked the team for their work during the call, saying: "You guys are the trailblazers, you have been doing a fantastic job keeping Shout moving forward, so well done and thank you for all your hard work; we really appreciate it."
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