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Let's all take a moment of silence to admire Kate Middleton's latest fashion moment.

Her outfit was an explosion of pink—in the best way, of course. With Valentine's Day almost here, it will give you major fashion inspo.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked effortlessly elegant in a pink gown at the 100 Women in Finance Gala, which was held at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Some would say her dress was fit for a princess—both literally and figuratively.

In true Kate fashion, she was a vision in her rosy and raspberry-colored gown.

The style fan account, Middleton Maven, pointed out she was wearing a Gucci design. As for her accessories? The 37-year-old royal kept it simple with a burgundy velvet belt and matching clutch, which was Prada. She tied her look together with Oscar de la Renta heels.

Many royal fans on Twitter noted Kate's Kiki McDonough drop earrings, not only because they're a dazzling statement piece but because she wore them to her sister, Pippa Middleton's, wedding in May 2017.

The mom-of-three is known for re-wearing her favorite style pieces, like her red-hot Alexander McQueen dress and Zara jeans.

Aside from her breathtaking ensemble, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for a good cause.

Kate Middleton, Mental Health In Education Conference, Outfit

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The proceeds from the gala benefit "Mentally Healthy Schools," which is a program she founded. It gives teachers and staff the tools and resources to promote mental health in the classroom.

It's no secret that Kate has been an advocate of this initiative. 

She launched the Heads Together campaign with her husband, Prince William, and Prince Harry in 2016.

In fact, earlier today the mom-of-three attended the Royal Foundation's Mental Health in Education conference in London.

"It is clear that the positive development of our children is directly linked to those who care for them, teachers, carers and parents," the Duchess of Cambridge said at the conference.

Adding, "The evidence is clear the first few years of a child's life are more pivotal for development and for future health and happiness than any other single moment in our lifetime."

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