Duchess Kate dons 'recycled' Goat cream coat for visit to London's children center
Duchess Kate is a woman who keeps to her word!
The 35-year-old royal visited Hornsey Road Children's Center on Tuesday to make up for cancelling her appearance in September due to her battle with severe morning sickness. Kate stunned in a cream coat from Goat with a Peter Pan collar that she previously wore while pregnant with Prince George. The "recycled" look featured a neutral shade that just goes with just about everything -- and it's definitely a must-have piece to own for all your fall and winter looks!
She completed her look with a pair of opaque black tights and her trusty low-heeled boots from Stuart Weitzman.
The mother of two had the chance to bond with pregnant women, mothers and children -- including one who played a game of hide and seek with her. See the adorable moment here:
Family Action, one of the charity organizations that Kate is a patron of, offers its services to families at the center.
The Duchess of Cambridge has been stepping back into the limelight in the last few weeks after suffering from Hyperemesis gravidarum -- a severe form of morning sickness. The ailment forced her to miss several big events, including Prince George's first day of school. Kate has definitely made up for lost time, hitting a slew of events just this week alone.
She nearly pulled a fast one on fans when she stepped out for a Remembrance Sunday event with her signature brunette locks in a short bob. Upon closer inspection, it appeared only to be a faux bob. Faux bob or not, we think Kate could definitely pull off that short look! Just days before, she appeared at a Kensington Palace gala in a lace floor length Diane von Furstenberg dress. She has worn it before, in 2014, when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte.