All eyes were on Kate Middleton on Tuesday when she visited the M-PACT Plus program  for the Place2Be charity at the Blessed Sacrament School in London. The Duchess of Cambridge wore a coral Goat dress  and her trusty L.K. Bennett heels as she greeted children outside the school waving English flags. One young schoolgirl even gifted the duchess with a Picasso-style portrait of Kate with Prince George. Kate has been a patron of Place2Be, a charity that provides mental health support to children in schools, since April 2013, and she made this visit to hear about the charity's M-PACT Plus program, which will focus on helping children whose parents suffer from substance abuse. Also in attendance was comedian John Bishop, who made Kate laugh  by asking members of the press to focus on the issue of the charity and not the style icon in the room — or the duchess.
Kate has a busy week ahead of her, as she will join Prince William and Prince Harry — who is now back in England after his trip to South America  — to attend the Tour de France Grand Depart in Yorkshire, England, on Saturday. Kate's family has been hard at work as well, with her sister Pippa Middleton giving her first-ever TV interview to Today  this week. On Tuesday, she revealed that while Kate has taken on a lot of "pressures" as William's wife, the family still spends a lot of time together and that the two have a "very normal sisterly relationship." Pippa also revealed that George is "very funny" and that he bring a lot of "joy" to the whole Middleton family.