Kate Middleton shares how Princess Charlotte is REALLY feeling about school

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to the county of Cumbria in the Lake District to spend a day in a fabled corner of northwest England getting to know the locals and celebrating "the resilience and spirit of rural and farming communities in the region", as Kensington Palace put it.

The mum of three is no stranger to recycling her outfits and last night's dress is one of my favourite looks to date. She accessorised the off-the-shoulder figure-hugging number with a pair of silver sparkly heels and a metallic clutch.

Kate's Barbara Casasola dress featured a zip that ran from her stomach up to the neckline of the dress.

But one little girl who was waiting to meet Kate in the crowds, wasn't impressed by the 37-year-old's dressed-down look.

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge, who has amped up her work schedule and appearances in recent weeks, was the guest of honour at a gala dinner hosted by Action on Addiction at an event to mark Addiction Awareness Week.

Ahead of the dinner, Kate met with clients of Action on Addiction helping to prepare and serve the evening meal under Spring's Michelin-star winning chef Skye Gyngell.

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"Indeed it is astonishing that anyone could suggest dispensing with that vital tool in the negotiation". Labour MP Gareth Snell said he "made a mistake" voting against withdrawal agreement three times.

Kate Middleton may not technically have a princess title, but her sartorial choices are straight out of a Disney movie.

Earlier this year, Queen Elizabeth herself made a subtle reference to Brexit in a speech where she called for "coming together to seek out the common ground" and "never losing sight of the bigger picture".

"We are delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have decided that Princess Charlotte will join her elder brother, Prince George, at Thomas's Battersea", he said.

'That's why I think it's so important that all of us, whether we are parents or carers or family members, really engage in quality time with our children and babies from a really young age'.

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"I'm all for recycling clothes but really?" It also campaigns to raise the standard of professional education across the addictions field, funds groundbreaking research into different facets of addiction, and works to remove the stigma relating to addiction.

Action on Addiction builds communities of recovery for individuals and families by developing the best quality and most effective residential and community-based addiction treatment services in the United Kingdom and promoting self-help, peer-to-peer support, and community cohesion.