Kate Middleton welcomes very special guests to palace
Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, welcomed some very special guests to Kensington Palace.
The 32-year-old royal covered up her baby bump as she welcomed finalists for the first ever Place2Be Wellbeing in Schools Awards ceremony. Middleton is a patron of the mental and emotional wellbeing charity, and presented the Child Champion Award to eleven-year-old Bailey Dunne, as the Daily Mail reports.
Place2be's chief executive told reporters, "This is a wonderful, exciting opportunity to honour our young people and schools in such a wonderful setting. The duchess' total and utter belief in what we do and her commitment to children's mental health is incredible."
The duchess wore a Jenny Packham midnight blue silk knee-length skirt with a sheer polka dot peplum shirt from Hobbs.
Her son, Prince George, was with husband Prince William just next door.
Check out Duchess Kate's growing baby bump:
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