Kate Middleton visits women's prison, spends time with some of the inmates

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Kate Middleton is meeting people from all walks of life.

After attending the movie premiere for A Street Cat Named Bob on Thursday night in London, Prince William's wife traveled to Gloucestershire, England, on Friday for a private visit to the women's prison HMP Eastwood Park.

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The Duchess was there to broaden her "understanding of problems such as addiction, poor mental health, and family breakdown and what support can be offered" to those who have loved ones behind bars, according to a statement issued by the the Kensington Palace. Her Royal Highness even met with a few of the women prisoners to hear their personal stories.

In addition, she also paid a visit to The Nelson Trust, an organization that works closely with the prison to support women who are leaving and going back into the world with their families.

This isn't the first time the 34-year-old mother of two has visited the female prisoners. Last September, she also went to HMP Eastwood Park and joined forces with Rehabilitation of Addicted Prisoners Trust (RAPt), an addiction charity working to help inmates who are addicted to drugs and alcohol.

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Middleton has definitely proven to be a people person. Just last month, she surprised passengers on a commercial flight when she boarded the plane in the Netherlands.

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GLOUCESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 4: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge leaves the Nelson Trust Women's Centre on November 4, 2016 in Gloucester, England. The Women's Centre was set up in 2010 and is designed to support women who have vulnerabilities, particularly those who have experienced abuse and trauma. Along with a second site in Swindon the Women's Centre supports over 500 women annually, across Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire. During the visit Her Royal Highness will meet with members of staff and will also be introduced to women who have accessed the centre's vital support. (Photo by Richard Pohle-Pool/Getty Images)
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge talks to staff members of the Nelson trust women centre in Gloucester, western England on November 4, 2016. The Women's Centre was set up in 2010 and is designed to support women who have vulnerabilities, particularly those who have experienced abuse and trauma. / AFP / POOL / RICHARD POHLE (Photo credit should read RICHARD POHLE/AFP/Getty Images)
GLOUCESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 4: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge talks to staff members during a visit to the Nelson Trust Women's Centre on November 4, 2016 in Gloucester, England. The Women's Centre was set up in 2010 and is designed to support women who have vulnerabilities, particularly those who have experienced abuse and trauma. Along with a second site in Swindon the Women's Centre supports over 500 women annually, across Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire. During the visit Her Royal Highness will meet with members of staff and will also be introduced to women who have accessed the centre's vital support. (Photo by Richard Pohle-Pool/Getty Images)
GLOUCESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 4: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge makes faces at 4-month-old Gabriel as she talks to his mother Hlengiwe Sithole during a visit to the Nelson Trust Women's Centre on November 4, 2016 in Gloucester, England. The Women's Centre was set up in 2010 and is designed to support women who have vulnerabilities, particularly those who have experienced abuse and trauma. Along with a second site in Swindon the Women's Centre supports over 500 women annually, across Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire. During the visit Her Royal Highness will meet with members of staff and will also be introduced to women who have accessed the centre's vital support. (Photo by Richard Pohle-Pool/Getty Images)
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge talks to staff members of the Nelson trust women centre in Gloucester, western England on November 4, 2016. The Women's Centre was set up in 2010 and is designed to support women who have vulnerabilities, particularly those who have experienced abuse and trauma. / AFP / POOL / RICHARD POHLE (Photo credit should read RICHARD POHLE/AFP/Getty Images)
GLOUCESTER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 04: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the Nelson Trust Women's Centre on November 4, 2016 in Gloucester, England. (Photo by Luca Teuchmann/WireImage)
GLOUCESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 4: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge makes faces at 4-month-old Gabriel as she talks to his mother Hlengiwe Sithole during a visit to the Nelson Trust Women's Centre on November 4, 2016 in Gloucester, England. The Women's Centre was set up in 2010 and is designed to support women who have vulnerabilities, particularly those who have experienced abuse and trauma. Along with a second site in Swindon the Women's Centre supports over 500 women annually, across Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire. During the visit Her Royal Highness will meet with members of staff and will also be introduced to women who have accessed the centre's vital support. (Photo by Richard Pohle-Pool/Getty Images)
GLOUCESTER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 04: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the Nelson Trust Women's Centre on November 4, 2016 in Gloucester, England. (Photo by Luca Teuchmann/WireImage)
GLOUCESTER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 04: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the Nelson Trust Women's Centre on November 4, 2016 in Gloucester, England. (Photo by Luca Teuchmann/WireImage)
GLOUCESTER, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 04: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the Nelson Trust Women's Centre on November 4, 2016 in Gloucester, England. (Photo by Luca Teuchmann/WireImage)
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (R) and Chief Executive of the Nelson trust John Trolan (L) unveil a plaque during a visit to the Nelson trust women centre in Gloucester, western England on November 4, 2016. The Women's Centre was set up in 2010 and is designed to support women who have vulnerabilities, particularly those who have experienced abuse and trauma. / AFP / POOL / RICHARD POHLE (Photo credit should read RICHARD POHLE/AFP/Getty Images)
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visits the Nelson trust women centre in Gloucester, western England on November 4, 2016. The Women's Centre was set up in 2010 and is designed to support women who have vulnerabilities, particularly those who have experienced abuse and trauma. / AFP / POOL / RICHARD POHLE (Photo credit should read RICHARD POHLE/AFP/Getty Images)
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