If the Duchess of Cambridge's Latest Outing Proves Anything, It's That She's a Freakin' Hoot
The Duchess of Cambridge may be part of the British royal family, but she still knows how to cut loose and have a good time (even at official functions). The Duchess of Cambridge flew solo when she attended the official opening of the Ronald McDonald House Evelina in London on Tuesday. After being gifted with a gorgeous bouquet of flowers from a little girl, the mum of Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who stunned in a blue suit, shared a few laughs with staff members before making her way inside. The purpose-built "home away from home," which is run in partnership with Guy's and St Thomas's NHS Foundation Trust, is for families of children being treated at Evelina London Children's Hospital. It is also expected to accommodate around 975 families each year. Kate's outing comes the morning after she was all decked out a sparkly dress while attending the Queen's Royal Reception in London with husband Prince William.