Kate Middleton brought cheer to children and families early Wednesday morning when she made a visit to Brookhill Children's Centre in Woolwich, London. The Duchess of Cambridge was there to find out about the work of Home-Start, a charity that supports families to build better lives for children. Kate, in a flowing, polka-dotted ASOS dress, took the time to speak with mothers and volunteers, and she even attended educational training sessions. She was also presented with adorable handmade cards by children and shared laughs with the families she met.
Before leaving the Children's Centre, Kate received a small gift and flowers and said, "It's been absolutely wonderful." This isn't the first time we've seen Kate show support for children and families. She previously visited the Clore Art Room organization and promoted disability awareness. See all her pregnancy outings so far as her second child's due date quickly approaches.