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Kate Middleton Wore the Perfect Business-Casual Michael Kors Dress

While Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are taking a break from the spotlight in Canada this holiday season, Kate Middleton has been busy back at home with her family. On Christmas, she joined the royal family at Christmas church service in Norfolk. She’s been spending a lot of time with her kids, who, according to this candid holiday photo of them, are growing up faster than anyone can keep track.

Before all of this holiday business started, Kate was making her regular royal appearances. In November, Kensington Palace revealed Friday, Kate spent two days at Kingston Maternity Unit, where she visited with midwives in hospital clinics and post-natal wards.

While there, she wore a belted Michael Kors crepe dress with a plum, black and white geometric print. She paired the chic but casual look with a pair of black ankle boots. The dress now retails at Net-a-Porter for £150.50.

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Ahead of 2020’s International @who #YearoftheNurseandMidwife, The Duchess of Cambridge has written an open letter to midwives across the UK — visit the link in our bio to read the full letter. Writing in her letter, The Duchess said: • “You are there for women at their most vulnerable; you witness strength, pain and unimaginable joy on a daily basis. • Your work often goes on behind the scenes, and away from the spotlight. Recently I was privileged enough to witness a small section of it first hand, spending several days at Kingston Hospital’s Maternity Unit. • Although this was not my first encounter with the care and kindness provided by midwives across the country, it gave me a broader insight into the true impact you have on everybody you help. • Over the last few years, I’ve dedicated a significant amount of my work to the Early Years – the pivotal period of development between pregnancy and the age of 5 where children build crucial foundations for life. • Your role in supporting this critical phase of development extends far beyond the complicated task of delivering a baby successfully. The help and reassurance you provide for parents to be and parents of newborns is just as crucial. It goes a long way in building parents’ confidence from the start, with lifelong impact on the future happiness of their children. • I want to thank you for all that you do. It has been a real privilege learning from you so far, and I look forward to meeting and learning from even more of you in the coming years and decades”. • Several members of @TheRoyalFamily, including The Queen and The Princess Royal, hold Patronages in the fields of Nursing and Midwifery — The Queen is Patron of @thercn, and The Princess Royal is Patron of @midwives_rcm. Photos 📷 1-4 by Kensington Palace / 5-6 by PA

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On Friday, Kensington Palace released an open letter from the Duchess of Cambridge to the midwives.

“Your work often goes on behind the scenes, and away from the spotlight. Recently however, I was privileged enough to witness a small section of it first hand, spending several days at Kingston Hospital’s Maternity Unit,” she wrote, in part. “Although this was not my first encounter with the care and kindness provided by midwives across the country, it gave me a broader insight into the true impact you have on everybody you help.”

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