- The Duchess of Cambridge is attending tonight's 100 Women in Finance Gala at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
- The event is raising money for the royal foundation's Mentally Healthy Schools initiative.
- Kate chose to wear a gorgeous Gucci dress for the event.
The Duchess of Cambridge is having quite the glamorous week. On Sunday, Kate was seen mingling with celebrities like The Favourite's Olivia Coleman at the BAFTAs, and tonight, she's attending the 100 Women in Finance Gala, a philanthropic event at the V&A Museum put on by the women's networking organization.
Kate chose to wear a rose-colored Gucci gown for tonight's fundraiser. She paired the dress with a small cranberry clutch, which matched her belt, and what appear to be pointy-toe pumps.
The proceeds from tonight's event will go toward supporting mental health initiatives for young children and more specifically to Heads Together's "Mentally Healthy Schools" program. Last year, the Duchess along with the Royal Foundation launched the "Mentally Healthy Schools," which provides teachers and administrators with online resources to help better support children's mental health in the classroom.
"Over the last two years, William and Harry and I have been honored to take part in a national conversation on mental health through our Heads Together campaign," Kate said in a speech at Roe Green Junior School in London back in January of 2018.
"What we have seen firsthand is that the simple act of having a conversation about mental health-that initial breaking of the silence-can make a real difference."
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