Updated: 01/07/2014 11:30
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Kate is pretty in pink sale steal on visit to North London



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The Duchess of Cambridge was pretty in pink as she stepped out on an official engagement today.

Kate wore a long-sleeved, belted shift dress in a beautiful shade of coral pink on a visit to the Blessed Sacrament School in north London, styled with her old favouite, nude heels. Her hair was pulled half up into a beehive with the ends tonged into barrel curls.

The duchess was all smiles as she arrived to see first-hand the work of a project, M-PACT Plus, which she and the comedian John Bishop had launched last year to help families affected by addiction. The project is funded by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry and Comic Relief, who are working with Place2Be and Action on Addiction to deliver the programme.

And she had good reason to smile - her gorgeous dress by one of her favourite labels, Goat, is a sale steal, down from £440 to £308.

Want to copy her look? You'll need to be quick - as ever, Kate's fashion midas touch means the dress is flying off the shelves!

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