Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton wore a bright green dress during her visit to Lavender Primary School. Pictured: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge meets pupils at Alperton Community School in support of Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week 2019 on February 05, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland

Kate Middleton's style has a religious following so it is no surprise that her latest outfit would catch attention, especially since it is in an eye-popping shade of green.

Middleton recently paid a visit to Lavender Primary School in Enfield, London as part of Children's Mental Health Week. The school is one of the 280 elementary and secondary schools working with Middleton's charity, Place2Be, which aims to provide in-school support and training for the improvement of the emotional well-being of students, teachers, families and staff.

For the visit, Middleton chose to wear a bright green dress from the label Eponine. She paired this with a black Mulberry clutch, a pair of Kiki McDonough diamond earrings and black lace-up booties by L.K. Bennett. See photos of Middleton's look below!

Kate Middleton
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visits Alperton Community School in London on February 5, 2019, in support of the children's mental health charity 'Place2Be's Mental Health Week. Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland
Kate Middleton
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits Alperton Community School in support of Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week 2019 on February 05, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/Eddie Mulholland

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cambridge participated in a number of classroom activities during the engagement. Middleton took part in a discussion focusing on sleep, screen time, healthy eating and exercise.

In addition, Middleton joined in on Ms. Monk's Year 2 class' activity where students showed things that represent what makes them feel good.

For her part, the mom-of-three shared a photo of her family, which is actually the Cambridges' 2018 Christmas card photo. In the snap are Middleton and her husband Prince William posing with their children: 5-year-old Prince George, 3-year-old Princess Charlotte and 9-month-old Prince Louis.

Aside from the photo, Middleton also told the school children and staff some surprising things about her two oldest kids, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. The duchess revealed that Charlotte loves eating olives, and the two older siblings enjoy cooking.

The school and charity staff also couldn't help but gush over the duchess, saying she was very "engaging" and "wonderful." Middleton was apparently also eager to listen and learn more about how Place2Be fitted into the whole school community.

"[Kate] was wonderful with the children and was keen to speak to the parents about the whole helps with their mental well-being too," Matthew Kleiner-Mann, chief executive of the Ivy Learning Trust, told People. "I introduced Place2Be to the school because I realized the important of counseling and mental well-being but didn’t have the wherewithal to do it myself.”

“The Duchess was really interested in how it worked, how Place2Be worked in a school environment and how it helps all children, not just those specifically having dealings with them day to day,” he continued.