William and Kate Hit the Phones at ICAP Charity Day

  December 9, 2015 at 2:35 pm by

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today hit the phones during ICAP’s 23rd annual Charity Day at their headquarters in London.

William and Kate joined brokers – a number of whom were dressed in costumes – in making deals, some worth substantial amounts of money, with all the firm’s profits for the day donated to charity. This year’s charities include three of the couple’s patronages: SkillForce, SportsAid and Place2Be.

Among the themed broker desks was a Mexican ‘Day of the Dead’ desk where the Duke and Duchess had a go a beating a piñata, before later playing a game of table tennis. “You’re not normally this polite when we normally play,” William quipped of his wife during the game.

Kate debuted a new, shorter hairstyle at the event, her locks now stopping just below her shoulders. She wore a dark green skirt and jacket set from LK Bennett that was first seen in 2012.

The Duchess of Cambridge arrives for ICAP’s Charity Day, December 9

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