Kate Middleton looks resplendent in XX as she joins Prince William at the Noël Coward Theatre

Kate Middleton looks chic in a black Eponine tweed dress and her recycled £525 silver Jimmy Choos as she joins Prince William at the Noël Coward Theatre in London to watch a play about mental health

Kate Middleton looked fashionable as she arrived at the Noël Coward Theatre The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Covent Garden theatre tonightAttending special performance of Dear Evan Hansen, for The Royal FoundationThe play focuses on mental health, a cause close to the charity’s heart 

Kate Middleton cut a fashionable figure as she arrived at the Noël Coward Theatre alongside Prince William in Covent Garden this evening.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked smart for their attendance of the special performance of Dear Evan Hansen, which is being held in aid of The Royal Foundation. 

Kate opted for a black custom Eponine dress tweed dress with embellished buttons, which she teamed with her £525 silver Jimmy Choos and a matching clutch, worn at the BAFTA awards and the Addiction Awareness Week charity gala last week. 

William, 37, and Kate, 38, will watch the show and meet members of the cast before the Duke will make short remarks at the end of the performance.

Kate Middleton cut a fashionable figure as she arrived at the Noël Coward Theatre alongside Prince William in Covent Garden this evening

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked smart for their attendance of the special performance of Dear Evan Hansen, which is being held in aid of The Royal Foundation

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked smart for their attendance of the special performance of Dear Evan Hansen, which is being held in aid of The Royal Foundation

The Award-winning musical spans generations and has been credited with helping to start important conversations about mental health between parents and teenagers, a priority for the Cambridges’ foundation. 

Dear Evan Hansen tells the timely and timeless story of Evan, a boy who is struggling to connect in our hyperconnected world. 

The issue of mental health is a key priority for The Royal Foundation which works to tackle the stigma and encourage more people to talk openly about their mental health. 

Shout 85258, a free and confidential 24/7 UK text messaging helpline that supports people in crisis and was developed by The Royal Foundation, is one of four not-for-profit partners of the show which provide mental health resources to audiences and beyond.



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