Kate Middleton was pretty in pink Tuesday during her visit to North London's Blessed Sacrament School!
The 32-year-old duchess dazzled in a bright, belted dress by Goat and nude patent heels as she greeted the many flag-waving kids who lined up to meet her. Prince George's mum was at the school to speak with participants and coordinators involved with M-PACT (Moving Parents and Children Together) Plus, a project she and comedian John Bishop launched last year to help address the needs of children whose parents are affected by drug or alcohol addiction.
The initiative is funded by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry and Comic Relief, and works in conjunction with two charities Kate works closely with: Place2Be and Action on Addiction. The project arose out of Kate's personal desire to help provide early support to children and to break the cycle of addiction.
In a letter released last year, Kate wrote, "Those affected by addiction are in desperate need of the highest level of care and treatment; Action On Addiction delivers this brilliantly...Whether direct or indirect, the impact of addiction can be devastating. It affects millions of people."
Props to Kate—and everyone involved with M-PACT and similar organizations—for doing their best to help these families.