Royal fans notice 'angry face' in Kate's designer dress

Posted February 08, 2019

Middleton recently paid a visit to Lavender Primary School in Enfield, London as part of Children's Mental Health Week.

While visiting students at the Lavender Primary School in north London Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a long sleeve knee-length dress from Eponine London with buttoned pocket details, black tights and black tie-up booties from LK Bennett, one of her favorite brands.

Commenting on Kate's admission she does art with her children she said: "So she's a very hands on mum who understands about being creative - it's just brilliant and lovely to hear that and as a mother myself I know exactly what that means". It's not very big.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: "I want to see all children and young people have the opportunity to flourish - and protecting their mental health is vital to this".

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Middleton brought in the popular Christmas family photo to share with everyone and said her husband and children are what make her happy. And my family makes me feel happy.

She then went inside where she met with children, who had each brought in an object that makes them happy. "At Lavender Primary School The Duchess of Cambridge found out more about the support offered to students, teachers and parents to help with mental wellbeing - including the daily mile, a simple away to get children outside for 15 mins every day to run or jog at their own pace", the post read. Meanwhile, we wonder what Kate thinks about her bright green jumper being called "world's angriest dress" ever.

She also revealed that Prince George likes to draw, and once picked up a piece of charcoal from the fireplace and insisted that he was going to make a drawing using it; that the family is learning to papier-mâché; and that she would like to take up tie-dying again.

Kate also met the woman named as the world's best teacher, Andria Zafirakou, for supporting the wellbeing of pupils and staff at the school.

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Kleiner-Mann spoke of Kate's dedication during her visit, saying that, "She was so engaging and was interested in how Place2Be fitted into the whole school community".

The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, founded in 1952, is a clinic and research organisation dedicated to the study of child development and promotion of healthy mental health within children and families.

Another agreed, "Kate's dress was really not enjoying its day out", alongside an angry face emoji.

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