Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Next Fancy Gala Will Support Conservation Efforts

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Next Fancy Gala Will Support Conservation Efforts

The glamorous Duchess wore a royal blue, long-sleeved dress by Jenny Peckham with nude, suede heels. She paired the piece with beige pumps and a matching nude Mulberry England clutch, keeping her copper locks in classic waves at her shoulders.

According to documentary Kate Middleton: Working Class to Windsor, Prince Charles was shocked at the thought of his son abandoning university life but was sympathetic enough to devise a "withdrawal strategy".

The Duchess was shown several of the documents including a letter of condolence to her family from the Keeper of the Privy Purse at Buckingham Palace.

Next, Kate Middleton went to the Museum, where staff gave her a real trip into the past: they showed the Duchess letters to her dead during the First world war relatives, and their photos and personal belongings preserved from the war years.

The eldest Lupton brother, Major Francis A Lupton fought with the 8th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment in 1917.

Kate Middleton stepped out looking radiant on Wednesday in London at the Imperial War Museum.

'I feel that is true style and more about her and her personality, ' Rochelle said.

Lionel, the youngest was killed in action only a year earlier aged 24.

A tour of the Museum touched the Duchess of Cambridge to the core.

Maurice was the first family casualty of the war and was killed by a sniper at the age of 28.

Maurice also spent time in the trenches, occasionally meeting with his younger brother, Lionel.

Her visit to the museum is her second official royal engagement this week after she attended the Coach Core Essex program in Basildon with Prince William on Tuesday.

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