Last week she joined the Queen and Prince Philip for a visit to Leicester, yesterday it was time to charm the in-laws as Kate Middleton joined forces with Charles and Camilla for an official engagement to a London art gallery.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall paid a visit to Dulwich Picture Gallery in South London, to see first-hand the work carried out by the Prince's Foundation for Children and the Arts at Dulwich. It's the first time the Duchess has joined the Prince for a visit to one of his official charities.
Kate certainly seemed at ease with her in-laws, laughing and joking with them before heading inside to take part in some arty activities. Prince Charles and his daughter-in-law have a shared interest in the arts, a Clarence House spokesman said the visit came about following "a conversation between a father-in-law and daughter-in-law,” adding: “They have a shared interest in art, art therapy and children."
After wowing the crowds outside in her pretty grey Orla Kiely dress, a designer that's fast becoming a firm favourite with the Duchess, Kate took part in an art class with Charles and Camilla, making collage self-portraits, with materials including lace and pine needles, before transfering their designs onto silk using an iron. The trio seemed to love getting stuck in with Camilla remarking: "I've got [Charles] well-trained with an iron."
Kate and Charles get arty