Kate Middleton continued her post-maternity leave royal duties on Friday, stepping out to meet with addicted prisoners at a rehab centre in Woking, England.
For the occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a light grey peplum suit consisting of a pencil skirt and a matching top. The 33-year-old mother-of-two accessorized the ensemble with suede, round-toe pumps and a matching grey clutch and styled her brunette locks (and new bangs) in a half-up, half-down 'do.
The Duchess was joined by addiction charity Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust for her private visit to the women's prison, HMP Send. According to a release from Kensington Palace, Catherine met with individuals and heard about their addiction journeys, and how drug and alcohol abuse eventually landed them behind bars. The focus of the visit was to see the impact addiction has on families.
The Duchess of Cambridge has today visited Send women's prison to join the Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust (RAPt), an addiction charity working to help prisoners addicted to drugs and alcohol. Following the visit, The Duchess of Cambridge said: "I was reminded today how addictions lie at the heart of so many social issues. I saw again today that a failure to intervene early in life to tackle mental health problems and other challenges can have profound consequences for people throughout their lives. I am grateful to the women I met for sharing their difficult personal stories with me."
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