The Duchess of Cambridge recycles outfit from first pregnancy for children's centre outing

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the Hornsey Road Children’s Centre earlier this afternoon [Photo: Getty]

Kate Middleton fulfilled her promise as she paid a visit to Hornsey Road Children’s Centre in north London earlier this afternoon.

The Duchess of Cambridge had to postpone the first scheduled visit, as she was suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum (a severe form of morning sickness).

The event was the reason why Kate had to announce her third pregnancy early.

Today, Kate will speak to parents who have been helped by charity Family Action, which the Queen is patron of, to find out more about the mental health services they provide.

Kate Middleton dressed her blossoming baby bump in a cream coat by London label, Goat [Photo: Getty]

The charity provides emotional and financial support to more than 45,000 families through over 130 community-based services.

For the event, Duchess of Cambridge dressed her baby bump in a cream coat by her favourite label of the moment, Goat.

Though it’s not the first time she has donned the look, as she first wore the item back in 2013. And for those interested, it’s surprisingly still in stock.

She accessorised the £600 Redgrave coat with black knee-high boots and a co-ordinating clutch.

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