Kate Middleton looks set to return to royal duties after maternity leave

·Royal Correspondent
The Duchess of Cambridge has announced her first royal engagement since giving birth in April (Getty)
The Duchess of Cambridge has announced her first royal engagement since giving birth in April (Getty)

The Duchess of Cambridge looks set to return to work after going on maternity leave, following the birth of her third child Prince Louis on April 23.

Kensington Palace have announced Kate will visit the Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden at Paddington Recreation Ground on Tuesday 2 October.

Aside from a few public engagements, such as Trooping the Colour and the RAF centenary celebrations, Kate has been looking after her baby son, who is now around five months old.

Kate’s visit will tie in with the work she’s been doing on children’s mental health and the importance of early intervention and support.

Sayers Croft Trust aims to involve children and the local community in the environment, providing outdoor facilities for those who may otherwise be unable to access them.

The Duchess will see the positive impact that the Forest School has on children’s emotional and physical wellbeing, as she is shown the wildlife garden and meets children involved in the outdoor activities.


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