Kate Middleton Supports Fellow Pregnant Moms at Rescheduled Family Action Visit!

Kate Middleton attends the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at The Cenotaph

Kate Middleton attends the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at The Cenotaph

Kate Middleton is all smiles as she makes her way out of the Hornsey Road Children's Centre after visiting Family Action on Monday (November 14) in London, England.

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The charity is one of the biggest national providers of early intervention services for families and children, providing practical, emotional and financial support to more than 45,000 families through over 130 community-based services.

The Hornsey Road Children's Centre provides a welcoming environment for expectant and new mothers, a place for children to play and mental health support to parents, as well as offering antenatal and postnatal services.

The pregnant royal, who is expecting her third baby in April, dressed her growing baby bump in her trusty £600 cream coat by Goat, which was paired with a black knee-high boots and a co-ordinating clutch.

The visit comes as Kate continues looking at the issues and challenges in the area of maternal mental health.

Over the last few weeks, she has been stepping back into the limelight after suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum - a severe form of morning sickness.

Kate opted for a monochrome look for the visit, which was rescheduled after she had to pull out of her planned engagement in September. The royal couple, both 35, are expecting their third child, and are parents to Prince George, four, and two-year-old Princess Charlotte.