Duchess Kate looks stunning on a charity playdate

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The Duchess of Cambridge is only two months away from giving birth, but she is still keep herself busy.

Kate, 33, visited the Emma Bridgewater pottery factory in Stoke-on-Trent to approve a mug she helped design to raise money for East Anglia's Children's Hospices. The Duchess has been a supporter of the hospices since 2012. After a tour of the factory, she got to try her hand at pottery making by painting ladybugs.

Once the inspection was over, the pregnant royal headed to a center for vulnerable families where she had a play date.

The cutest moments of the day came when Kate was presented with gifts. She was given a bunch of flowers, a handmade beaded bracelet, a painting, and a newborn onesie and t-shirt ... all from the children!

She told the parents present that "George would have this" playgroup.

The Duchess of Cambridge continues to be a fashion icon late in her pregnancy. She stunned in a floral Seraphine dress that may look familiar. She has worn the label's $153 dress before, continuing to prove why she is the coolest royal around. When she wasn't showing off her bump in the clingy dress, Prince William's wife wore a Max Mara coat and Jimmy Choo navy blue suede shoes.

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