Kate Middleton pays tribute to her children with amazing £98 14-carat gold personalised necklace

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Kate Middleton looked as stunning as always as she enjoyed a trip to Derby University on Tuesday.

The 38 year old mum-of-three opted for a very stylish outfit, wearing a very fall-appropriate checkered coat and a gorgeous knit sweater for the day out.

However the most eye-catching aspect of Kate’s attire was her beautiful personalised necklace featuring the initials of her children George, seven, Charlotte, five and Louis, two.

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The beautiful necklace is labelled the Personalised Gold Three Layered Disc Necklace from All The Falling Stars, and the 14-carat gold piece can be purchased for £98 from the independent boutique.

Kate’s outfit was Massimo Dutti heavy, with both her baby blue sweater and coat from the fashion label.

As well as accessorising her look with a £98 three layered disc necklace, Kate also opted for a pair of £520 Gianvito Rossi suede pump shoes.

The beauty wore her brunette locks in a blow-dried style and let it fall by her shoulders.


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And, naturally, Kate finished off the outfit with a stunning floral protective face mask.

The star, whose children recently spoke to David Attenborough in a sweet video, visited the University of Derby to learn how the coronavirus pandemic had affected student life.

During the trip, Kate met students and discussed how their mental health was being cared for on campus.

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She was spoken to by Student Minds, the UK's student mental health charity, while there.

Kate spoke to first-year students, sports societies and nursing students about the affect the on-going covis-19 pandemic has had on them.

Two students told the Duchess of Cambridge they have “kept busy” during lockdown but admitted it was “hard not seeing friends”.

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While Kate discovered the help students were receiving by the university, she said it was “great to hear” there had been “so much support” for students.

One way the university is supporting is students is by “buddying up” nursing students in different years to help provide peer support on how to deal with tricky clinical placements.

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Meanwhile, Derby University is also training its sports societies to enable students to receive support within their teams.

The Duchess’ visit to the midlands university comes days before Mental Health Awareness Day, which takes place on Saturday 10 October.

Kate has dedicated much of her royal work in an effort to end the stigma around mental health and focussing on how we can enhance the mental wellbeing of children and teenagers.

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