Everyone notices what Kate Middleton wears. So when she sported an accessory that looked like candy--specifically Smarties, which are kind of the British equivalent of M&Ms--she was called out for this bracelet made for charity.
The purple-and-red adornment with the metal letters EACH strewn together was on the wrist of the Duchess of Cambridge as she helped out in an art project at Treehouse Hospice this past week. While doing crafts with the kids, Prince William's wife had on a very bright bracelet that turned out to be a big hit.
What was also a big hit about this particular piece (seen here) is that the bauble was made by the mother of Brit Award-winning music sensation Ed Sheeran. This crafty artist has fun with her creations, often basing parts of her collection on her son's lyrics, and the results are quite colorful and just a bit quirky.
And so, as Kate Middleton turned up in Ipswich to work with one charity, the bracelet she wore to do that was one that gives to another charity called East Anglia's Children's Hospices (thus, the EACH).
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Meanwhile, thanks to Kate Middleton and her willingness to wear a candy styled bracelet that only does good. And because this is something she did without prompting, you could probably bet that there will be a fashion trend happening really soon. After all, doesn't everything this wonderful woman dons turn into manufacturer's gold?