Kate Middleton looked simply stunning while out visiting the House Children and Young People’s Health and Development Centre in London on Thursday.
Wearing a polka-dot blouse and flared black pants, the mum-of-three visited the children at Sunshine House to raise awareness for a new nursing initiative that supports families and children in early years.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the centre was to raise awareness and “further her research and engagement with the Early Years sector” her office at Kensington Palace said in a statement.
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Kate - who has three children Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1 - has been working closely with the childrens charity for many months, with a representative of the organisation telling PEOPLE: "[Kate] has identified very shrewdly that if you want to tackle the root causes of all mental health then looking at the early years is a great place to be.
"It is a critical period of development, lays the foundations for later life for both our physical health and mental health. It’s a natural progression from that interest.”
The representative continued: "Kate has a really strong interest therefore in how you can support mothers and fathers in the earliest months of life of a child and during pregnancy in order to make sure that brain architecture was well supported.
"And real compassion about the challenges of that and desire to understand the experiences of the families that some of the people around the table work with.”
Milly HaddrickMilly is a journalist who passionately devours all the latest and juiciest news. A devout tea enthusiast who's a firm believer in quality downtime, Milly's weekends are usually spent relaxing with a big plate of food, a nice cuppa and the crossword.
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