The Duchess of Cambridge was pictured arriving at the Brookhill Children's Centre in Woolwich, London on Wednesday morning (18 March) to meet families helped by Home-Start charity.
Kate, 33, embraced the sunshine in the capital today, wearing a pretty polka dot dress from Asos, £35, smart black coat and matching heels.
She's expecting her second child next month.
During today's visit, the duchess will attend a coffee morning with families who use the centre, meet with volunteers and watch a volunteer training session.
She will also meet the Mayor and Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, as well as attend a meeting with the centre's manager and Home-Start UK's chief executive to learn about how the charity helps the local community.
Rob Parkinson, chief executive of Home-Start UK said, "We are delighted that The Duchess wants to hear about the challenges that parents of other young children can face and learn how Home-Start is helping them."
He continued: "Without support, the pressures caused by isolation, mental ill health, multiple births, bereavement, disability, poor housing or financial stress can have a devastating effect on families. What The Duchess sees in Greenwich represents the incredible work that is done by hundreds of local Home-Starts up and down the country."
The Brookhill Children's Centre works with about 1,000 local families, mostly with children under the age of five.
Yesterday, the eight months pregnant duchess joined husband Prince William at the barracks in Aldershot to hand out sprigs of shamrocks to the Irish Guards. She has undertaken this public engagement for the last four years.
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