Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Kate Visits National Portrait Gallery
The Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the National Portrait Gallery for The Portrait Gala 2017 fundraiser in a green lace dress by Temperley London
Kate, a former history of art student at St Andrew's, was at the 2017 Portrait Gala in her role as patron of the gallery, and she met two potentially useful new acquaintances - fellow parents from Prince George's new school.
She was introduced to Richard Found, who runs an architecture and design practice, and his wife Jane Suitor, an art consultant and collector, who revealed that their child was also at Thomas's School in Battersea, where her son will be starting in September.
She went on to speak to Phillip Chung, father of television presenter and model Alexa Chung, who remarked on the collection of art he had built up thanks to his children.
The Duchess told him that she too had begun gathering her own children's artistic efforts together.
Tonight's engagement follows the news that the Duchess will make a solo visit to Luxembourg on 11 May to attend events celebrating the 1867 Treaty of London, at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
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Posted by Marie at 2:32:00 PM