The Duchess of Cambridge attended the film premiere of “A Street Cat named Bob” in support of her charity, Action on Addiction, in London on November 3rd. She also attended a private Action on Addiction event as part of The Recovery Street Film Festival and a film screening before the premiere.
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The Duchess of Cambridge visited Working Title films for a private screening of the Recovery Street Film Festival. She saw three short films made by former addicts and their loved ones about life in recovery from addiction, and met their creators. The Duchess arrived at the World Premiere of “A Street Cat named Bob” at Curzon cinema. She met Bob, the street cat, who played himself in the film, and his owner, Jim Bowen, who inspired the plot, before watching the film.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a white gown from Self Portrait with her pearl Oscar de la Renta earrings and a new Buckley poppy brooch.