The Duchess of Cambridge looks glamorous in Barbara Casasola's dress while attending the benefit gala dinner

The Duchess of Cambridge looked glamorous in a white Barbara Casasola dress tonight when she arrived at a charity dinner at Spring restaurant in London.

Kate, 37 years old, attended the first annual gala dinner in recognition of the Addiction Awareness Week, organized by Action on Addiction and chef Skye Gyngell.

She wore the off-the-shoulder dress and added a silver clutch and silver shiny shoes, with her hair in loose curls.

The duchess has worn the long-sleeved dress, which lasted £ 1,580, earlier in 2016 when she presented the Art Fund Museum of the Year award.

She also added a little sparkle to her outfit with a pair of Jimmy Choo shimmering silver shoes, which cost £ 525.

The royal family has previously snapped into the glittering silver shoes and was last seen in the glittering pumps when she attended the BAFTA awards in February this year.

Before dinner, she will meet Action on Addiction customers who work as students in the kitchen and work with Spring Restaurant chef and owner Skye Gyngell to create the evening meal.

As patron of Action on Addiction, she will also give a speech since 2012 to celebrate charity work.

Action on Addiction is the only UK charity for addictions that works in all areas of research, treatment, family support and vocational training.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked glamorous in a white Barbara Casasola dress tonight when she arrived at a benefit dinner at Spring restaurant in London

The Duchess of Cambridge looked glamorous in a white Barbara Casasola dress tonight when she arrived at a benefit dinner at Spring restaurant in London

Kate, 37, attended the first annual gala dinner in recognition of the Addiction Awareness Week, organized by Action on Addiction and chef Skye Gyngell

Kate, 37, attended the first annual gala dinner in recognition of the Addiction Awareness Week, organized by Action on Addiction and chef Skye Gyngell

Kate, 37, attended the first annual gala dinner in recognition of the Addiction Awareness Week, organized by Action on Addiction and chef Skye Gyngell

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Prior to dinner, Kate Action will meet on Addiction customers who work as students in the kitchen and will work with Spring Restaurant & # 39; s chef and owner Skye Gyngell to create the evening meal.

Prior to dinner, Kate Action will meet on Addiction customers who work as students in the kitchen and will work with Spring Restaurant & # 39; s chef and owner Skye Gyngell to create the evening meal.

Before dinner, Kate will meet Action on Addiction customers who work as students in the kitchen and will prepare the evening meal with Spring Restaurant chef and owner Skye Gyngell.

The Duchess, who became the patron of the charity in 2012, talked to some staff members who helped make the evening menu during the event

The Duchess, who became the patron of the charity in 2012, talked to some staff members who helped make the evening menu during the event

The Duchess, who became the patron of the charity in 2012, talked to some staff members who helped make the evening menu during the event

Addiction Awareness Week, which falls this week, aims to provide a platform to discuss the many addiction elements, to get in touch with people and families, and to increase public awareness.

As protector of Action on Addiction, she will also give a speech tonight to celebrate charity work.

During the event the duchess will make some introductory remarks to acknowledge the work of the charity, and tell how her time as patron also inspired other elements of her work.

Kate & # 39; s experience with Action on Addiction has contributed to the foundation for her work and understanding of mental health, and is currently helping her work to develop a major project to support children in their earliest years .

Experiences at these earliest moments, before the age of five, have proven to have a significant impact on adult lives, including resilience and the ability to handle setbacks.

She recently talked about that when she presented her garden at the Chelsea Flower Show: & # 39; It's amazing that I recently heard that 90 percent of our adult brains were developed before the age of five and what a child really early years. affects how their brains develop, & she said.

& # 39; That's why I think it's so important that all of us, whether we are parents or caregivers or family members, really spend quality time with our children and babies from a very young age. & # 39 ;

As patron of Action on Addiction, Kate will also give a speech since 2012 to celebrate charity work

As patron of Action on Addiction, Kate will also give a speech since 2012 to celebrate charity work

As patron of Action on Addiction, Kate will also give a speech since 2012 to celebrate charity work

The Duchess of Cambridge protects against the rain as she arrives for the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addiction Awareness Week, organized by Action on Addiction

The Duchess of Cambridge protects against the rain as she arrives for the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addiction Awareness Week, organized by Action on Addiction

The Duchess of Cambridge protects against the rain as she arrives for the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addiction Awareness Week, organized by Action on Addiction

The Duchess of Cambridge slowly walks down the cobbles as she arrives for the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addiction Awareness Week

The Duchess of Cambridge slowly walks down the cobbles as she arrives for the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addiction Awareness Week

The Duchess of Cambridge slowly walks down the cobbles as she arrives for the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addiction Awareness Week

Dougray Scott and wife Claire Forlani Action on Addiction Gala Dinner, Somerset House attended by the Duchess of Cambridge

Dougray Scott and wife Claire Forlani Action on Addiction Gala Dinner, Somerset House attended by the Duchess of Cambridge

Dougray Scott and wife Claire Forlani Action on Addiction Gala Dinner, Somerset House attended by the Duchess of Cambridge

Action on Addiction builds recovery communities for individuals and families by developing the best and most effective residential and community-based addiction care in the UK and promoting self-help, peer-to-peer support and community cohesion.

The charity also runs campaigns to increase the level of vocational education in addiction, finances groundbreaking research into various facets of addiction, increases access to treatment for all who need it, and strives for the stigma regarding addiction and to remove related problems.

In February 2018, the Duchess of Cambridge opened a new addiction center for charity in Essex.

Celebrities, including Scottish actor Dougray Scott and his wife Claire Forlani were present at the gala dinner at Somerset House.

Rockstar Ronnie Wood greeted the crowd when he came hand in hand with his wife Sally Humphreys at the event.

The Rolling Stone put on a metallic flower jacket for the occasion, with a pink lining that matched the pink and red flower dress from Sally.

Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally wore matching outfits when they arrived at the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addition Awareness Week

Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally wore matching outfits when they arrived at the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addition Awareness Week

Ronnie Wood and his wife Sally wore matching outfits when they arrived at the first annual gala dinner in honor of the Addition Awareness Week

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