The Duchess of Cambridge showed of her immaculate pregnancy style once again on Monday afternoon, stepping out for a visit at the Hornsey Road Children’s Centre in north London.
Catherine had initially planned the visit for September, but had to postpone due to severe morning sickness.
The Duchess glowed as she stepped out in a soft dusty-pink ’60s inspired coat. Breaking away from royal protocol, Catherine opted for an above-the-knee dress paired with tights and her favourite black knee-high boots.
Looking smart, the duchess wore her recently highlighted brunette hair in soft bouncy curls.
To complete the ensemble, Catherine wore a lovely pair of pearl earrings and carried a black clutch.
The mother-of-two had a chance to meet and bond with the families and children at the family support centre, while children enjoyed an art session.
During today’s visit to Hornsey Road Children's Centre, The Duchess saw the facilities which support local parents and young children, and learnt more about Family Action's perinatal mental health services which operate nationwide. The Duchess also heard some of the personal experiences from parents who have benefited from the charity's support.
The family support centre provides a place for expectant and new mothers to bond with each other.
During her visit, Catherine admitted that Prince William initially struggled to adjust to being a new father.
The young royal explained that William felt nervous when Prince George was born.
In the past Catherine has described motherhood as a “rewarding and wonderful experience”, but admitted that it had been difficult at times.
She opened up about her mental health struggles in March, after attending a series of films that aimed at helping new parents cope with depression.
Catherine was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flowers as she left the centre.