THE Duchess of Cambridge’s style advisor will be at a fashion fundraiser for Smart Works.

The charity helps women across Oxfordshire and bordering counties Berkshire and Buckinghamshire get back into work.

It offers coaching and styling advice, including clothes from partner brands such as Hobbs and Burberry for women who may otherwise be unable to afford appropriate interview attire.

The Duchess of Sussex recently became an ambassador for the charity. Now, Virginia Chadwyck-Healey, who is an ambassador for the local branch and stylist to the Duchess of Cambridge, will be on had at a fundraising brunch next Thursday (May 16). Virginia is a former Vogue editor and currently writes a style column in The Telegraph.

Also attending the brunch will be designer Donna Ida and founder of the brand Hope, Nayna McIntosh.

The event takes place at the Reading Smart Works branch and tickets are priced from £55. Visit martworks.org.uk/reading-smart-works/

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