The Tory Burch ‘Bettina’ tweed number, which has a price tag of £404 kept, the Duchess of Cambridge – who is currently expecting her third child – snug as she stepped out for a surprise visit to the Anna Freud Centre in London today (January 11).
Caring Kate, 36, is an ambassador for the children’s mental health charity.
Prince William’s wife was on hand for a conference on young people’s mental resilience and wellbeing where she took time to speak to staff and her fellow ambassadors.
Capturing the visit in a snap posted to the Anna Freud NCCF official Twitter account, they wrote alongside it: “We are delighted to welcome our Patron the Duchess of Cambridge to the Head Start Learning Conference.
[Anna Freud Center / Twitter]
“HRH is a committed champion of children’s mental health and wellbeing and it is fantastic to have her here!”
It has been a busy week for the brunette with daughter Charlotte, two, starting nursery school.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the Reach Academy Feltham – a school working in partnership with Place2Be and other organisations [Getty]
Prince George’s sister struck a confidence pose as she marked the start of her educational career in pictures taken by her talented mum.
Kate was also all-smiles yesterday (January 10) as she enjoyed a spot of arts and crafts with youngsters as she visited the Reach Academy in Feltham.
The third child for William and Kate is due to be born in April, as on previous occasions the sex of the unborn child has not been disclosed.
Spring will be a busy time for the Cambridge family as the following month will see Prince William’s younger brother Prince Harry marry Suits actress Meghan Markle.
Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte are both expected to play roles in the Royal Wedding on May 19 at Windsor Castle.
There is no words as yet on if William will act as his sibling’s Best Man, but it is believed he may have to duck out of the celebrations early as the nuptials coincide with the FA Cup final.
Prince William is President of the Football Association, and would normally present the trophy to the winner of the world-famous cup competition.
Kensington Palace insists that the two events “will not clash”.