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Duchess Opens ICAP Art Room

The royal donned a blue L.K. Bennett dress.

FEELING BLUE: The Duchess of Cambridge paid a visit on Friday to Northolt High School in London to open an art therapy room. The ICAP Art Room is a collaboration between ICAP, a financial services firm, and the Art Room, a charity that helps young people with emotional and behavioral difficulties. The Duchess is a royal patron of the latter.

She wore a blue L.K. Bennett dress and a Cartier Ballon Bleu watch as she joined an art session and met with the participants in the program.

It was her second official outing this week: On Tuesday, she attended the annual Portrait Gala, a charity fundraiser for the National Portrait Gallery in London, and wore a blue Jenny Packham gown.

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