Kate Middleton recycles turquoise Emilia Wickstead dress as she arrives at BBC with Prince William to support anti-bullying campaign

The Duchess of Cambridge, 36,  stunned in a turquoise Emilia Wickstead dress as she arrived with her husband at the BBC's Central London headquarters.

Showing off her style credentials, Kate paired the gorgeous knee-length dress (which she first wore in 2014) with a pair of classic black court heels from LK Bennett.

And in true Kate Middleton fashion, the Duchess wore her hair in her signature loose waves and opted for minimal make-up as she carried out the charitable engagement.

Marking the start of this year's Anti-Bullying Week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met with the young people who put together the BBC's new "Stop, Speak, Support" campaign video.

This new initiative informs children about how to spot the signs of bullying online and is going to be rolled out in thousands of schools across the country to target cyber bullies.

Along with their ongoing work with mental health charity Heads Together, the issue of cyberbullying is a cause close to both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's hearts.

The Royal couple even appeared on a Taskforce against the growing issue of cyberbullying back in May 2016 which had a specific focus on keeping 11-16 year-olds safe online.

In even more Royal Family news, this is the poignant nod to Princess Diana you may have missed in Clarence House's 70th birthday post to Prince Charles.

Plus Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby was on their minds during Prince Charles' 70th birthday portrait, says body language expert.

And this is why Meghan Markle and Prince Harry won't be spending as much time with Kate Middleton and Prince William from now on.

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