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Duchess of Cambridge is pretty in ... coral

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
Duchess of Cambridge picks a coral-colored Goat dress for her visit to a London school
Duchess of Cambridge carries an L.K. Bennett clutch for her visit to London's Blessed Sacrament School

The walking fascination with fashion that is the Duchess of Cambridge has done it again, making a public appearance at a London school on Tuesday that was all but overshadowed by her choice of attire -- a dress in an eye-catching shade of pink.

According to published reports (because she never calls us directly anymore), for her Tuesday visit to the Blessed Sacrament School, the former Kate Middleton chose a coral- (some say salmon-) colored, belted knee-length dress by Goat, a 10-year-old British brand headed by founder/creative director Jane Lewis.

We did get some firsthand intel about the clutch she was carrying though: The folks at L.K. Bennett (also a British brand) identify it as one of theirs, describing it as a beige, rectangular 'Natalie' clutch with woven detail and gold hardware. 

The duchess was visiting the school to observe the progress of M-PACT Plus, a program designed to provide early support for schoolchildren affected by a parent's drug or alcohol problems.

We can only hope that the duchess' visit ends up having even half as much impact on M-PACT Plus as it has on that coral-colored Goat dress -- which apparently sold out shortly after her appearance. 

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