Kate Middleton and Prince William are pictured together in London, as they visit the Only Connect charity.
Kate Middleton and Prince William stepped out to support young offenders in London today, as they headed for the Only Connect charity in Kings Cross.
Reworking a favourite piece from her pre-pregnancy wardrobe, Kate opted for her Orla Kiely bird print coat, which she previously wore to visit an Oxford primary school as the patron of The Art Room in February 2012.
And it looked just as gorgeous today.
With her signature blowdry back in action (albeit a little windswept), she finished her look with head-to-toe brown hues.
With a few select engagements planned before Christmas, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left Prince George with babysitters this morning, to visit the charity that’s close to both of their hearts.
Prince William, in particular, is a patron of the St Giles Trust, which helps ex prisoners get back on their feet, while his aunt and Princess Diana’s sister, Lady Jane Fellowes, is a trustee for Only Connect.
Kate and Wills are also expected to watch a dance performance during their central London visit, as well as meeting staff and young people working with the crime prevention charity.
The couple were last seen for the Remembrance Sunday ceremony at The Cenotaph.
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