Prince William Wraps Up a 24-Hour Mission to Open the Oak Center For Children With Kate
Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, were together in London today for a visit to the Royal Marsden Hospital. The two were on hand to open the new Oak Center For Children and Young People, which will help youths affected by cancer. Kate was decked out in a fitted, off-white Amanda Wakeley dress for the occasion. It wasn't one of the pieces she recently picked up at Topshop, though. The duchess popped into a Kensington branch of the popular UK retailer and acquired a pair of gold earrings, a bouclé jacket, and a polka-dot skirt. Kate also recently visited London's National Portrait Gallery to check out the contemporary collection. The duchess, who studied art history at St. Andrew's, took particular note of a piece by Marc Quinn, which was made of the artist's own blood.
Prince William seemed in high spirits today despite long hours with the Royal Air Force. Earlier today, Prince William finished a 24-hour mission. He apparently started the shift yesterday morning, flying a sailor to see a sick relative and picking up an injured person. William was nonetheless committed to the hospital event today. The Royal Marsden was a favorite of his mother's, Diana, who was a patron of the institution.