Eden Hall was built in 1904 on a four and a half acre plot, which used to be part of a nutmeg plantation. The Foreign and Commonwealth office has worked hard to maintain the house in its original form. It has been described as an Edwardian 'minor masterpiece'.
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The Duke and Duchess heard a performance from an artist in the Musicity programme, which is a musical project supported by the British Council that blends British, Singaporean and other musical genres.
Kate raised her glass for the toast.
Kate smiled as she signed the guest book and she appeared to have a lovely evening at the reception.
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Kate wore a floral-print dress by Erdem. The chiffon dress has a pleated skirt, exposed back and loose-fitting sleeves. The Duchess first wore Erdem when she stepped off the plane during the Canada tour and the Canadian designer has become a favourite of hers since.
Kate's dress is a modified version of this piece from the Spring/Summer 2012 Collection.
A look at pieces from the Pre Spring 2013 Collection.
Kate wore the £195 LK Bennett Harper Shoes in light taupe.
Kate accessorized with a new pair of earrings thought to be a version of these Kiki McDonough Earrings (With many thanks to Anna) The Duchess also carried a grey satin clutch.
If you're joining us for the first time today you may have missed today's earlier posts. You can read them here and here. Another packed day for the couple tomorrow who will visit Kranji Commonwealth War Cemetary at 9.30 a.m. SGT before boarding a scheduled flight to Kuala Lumpur. Kate will give her first overseas speech and the couple will attend a state dinner.
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