The Duchess of Cambridge visits the Hornsey Road Children’s Centre in London [Wenn]
The Duchess Of Cambridge attended the Family Action in London today, a charity that helps families in difficult or challenging situations.
She wore a cream coat for the occasion, teamed with black tight and heels.
Kate matched the look with a black clutch bag and a bouncy blow dry.
Kate Middleton wore a cream coat for the occasion [Wenn]
It’s one of the select number of engagements the 35 year old has decided to do since announcing her third pregnancy.
The Duchess Of Cambridge has been covering her baby bump [Wenn]
Just like her other two pregnancies, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced the news before the usual three month mark as her illness meant she had to pull out of engagements.
Kate was last seen at the weekend when she marked Remembrance Sunday alongside the Royal Family.
Dressed in black, the Duchess took her respectful spot alongside the The Queen at White Hall’s The Cenotaph.
Kate Middleton stood by the Queen on Remembrance Sunday [Getty]
The ceremony was led by Prince Charles, who laid a poppy wreath on behalf of the Queen, as she chose to stand by her husband the Duke of Edinburgh on the balcony.
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Prince William and Prince Harry also played roles in the ceremony as they gathered with veterans and politicians for the two minute silence.
This is one of the first times the Queen decided to break tradition and watch the ceremony from the balcony as she chose to pay her respects alongside her husband who retired from his royal duties earlier this year.
The Queen wiped away a tear following the two-minute silence [Wire]
The head of the royal family was even spotted wiping a tear from her face during the emotional ceremony.
A statement released from officials explained: “The Queen wishes to be alongside the Duke of Edinburgh and he will be in the balcony.”
During her time as the queen, the 91 year old has only missed six Remembrance Day services due to oversea trips and when she was pregnant with sons Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.