The Duchess of Cambridge looked beautiful as she visited The Fostering Network in Highbury, London on Friday morning (17 January).
Kate, 33, wore a pretty animal print wraparound shirt dress from Hobbs (now reduced from £169 to £50!), which highlighted her blossoming baby bump.
The pregnant duchess visited The Fostering Network to celebrate the work of foster carers in the community. She met with social workers, carers and care leavers to speak about fostering and hear real-life stories.
Kate was greeted by well wishers outside the building, collecting flowers and gifts from members of the public before making her way inside.
This was her second engagement in two days.
Yesterday, she toured a primary school in Ladbroke Grove, West London to officially launch a new Art Room, an initiative which uses art therapy to help boost self-esteem and self-confidence of youngsters.
She has been an Art Room Patron since 2012.
Kensington Palace announced in September that Kate and Prince William are expecting their second child. The baby's sex has not been revealed. It is due in April.
As with first child Prince George, the duchess suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum at the start of her pregnancy, a severe form of pregnancy sickness.
When pregnant with George in 2012, she was briefly hospitalised because of this symptoms. This time around, she was treated by medics at Kensington Palace but withdrew from public engagements for a while.
Kate appears to be feeling in good form now.
At the end of last year, she managed a trip to New York alongside William to help promote US-UK relations, and was pictured looking healthy and happy while enjoying Christmas at Sandringham with the rest of the Royal Family.
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