The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Coventry Cathedral where they will hear about its history before meeting staff and volunteers at the social enterprise aimed at helping people overcoming drug and alcohol addictions.
Kate Middleton and Prince William are expecting their third child in April and the royal was glowing as she wore a bright pink coat.
The 36 year old teamed her coat with black tights and black heels, as she fought off the January chill with black gloves.
Kate’s brunette hair was glossy and volumised as always, as she greeted well-wishers and accepted a colourful bouquet of flowers.
At one point she beamed as she held onto a mini Union Jack flag, before shaking hands with members of the delighted waiting crowd.
Prince William also chatted to the large crowd, as he joined his wife on the outing.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits the Reach Academy Feltham [Getty ]
Kate has worn her bright pink coat before in 2014, when she was pregnant with her daughter, Princess Charlotte.
Much like with her previous two pregnancies, Kate has suffered from extreme morning sickness, called Hyperemesis Gravidarum and was forced to cancel planned appearances in the early stages of her pregnancy.
It’s now been reported that 36 year old Kate could turn to hypnobirthing to ease labour.
According to the Sunday Times, midwives at St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London are being trained in the new birthing technique called hyponobirthing.
Kate has welcomed her two children George and Charlotte in the private hospital and is expected to have her third child here also.
Ahead of the royal birth in February, midwives from the Lindo Wing of the hospital will reportedly be given two days of intensive training in February to prepare.