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Kate Middleton in Green Mulberry Dress at London Museum

Kate Middleton Goes Green — Again — at a Natural History Museum Reception

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Kate Middleton Goes Green — Again — at a Natural History Museum Reception
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Kate Middleton wore a bright green Mulberry dress to attend a reception at London's Natural History Museum yesterday evening. Kate also wore the peace sign-adorned Mulberry dress to a private reception hosted by Queen Elizabeth II nearly a year ago to the day.

Last night, Kate attended the opening of the Treasures Cadogan Gallery. Kate was originally intended to go as the guest of Sir David Attenborough but he was not able to attend. Instead, the Duchess of Cambridge got a tour of the new space from Michael Dixon, who is the director of the museum. Kate was treated to the viewing of many exciting objects, including a first edition of Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species and dinosaur fossils.

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