KATE Middleton glows in a dark polka dot ensemble as she visits a children’s centre in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, made an effort to speak to each member of staff at the entrance of Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health and Development centre in Peckham.
Kate wore a navy polka dot blouse with high-waisted wide leg black trousers, which highlight her enviable figure and black chunky heels.
The Duchess had her hair down and tucked behind her ears to keep it out of her way as she spoke to different staff members.
She will learn about an initiative supporting young mothers as she continues her research into the early years development of children.
The centre is part of the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) where parents aged 24 and under, will get personal support from voluntary nurses.
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New mothers will have a trained family nurse who will visit them on a regular basis from their early pregnancy until their child is two.
Kate is a patron of the children’s hospital Evelina London, which delivers the FNP scheme in the London borough of Southwark.
Kate greets staff at the entrance of the centre in South London[/caption]
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