Though Kate Middleton's just one month away from giving birth — she revealed for the first time that she's due in "mid-April to the end of April" — the Duchess of Cambridge hasn't shirked on any of her responsibilities, recently visiting the Brookhill Children's Centre in Woolwich, U.K., which supports underprivileged kids and troubled parents.
The pregnant royal met with individuals who volunteer at Home-Start, a charity that helps families struggling with issues ranging from isolation and mental health to multiple births and disability.
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She was particularly keen to speak to a group of mothers suffering from post-natal depression. "It can be hard, can’t it," the 'Daily Mail' reports Kate saying. "So often it’s about giving you the confidence to interact with your baby."
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After the visit, the 33-year-old commended those who dedicate their time. "I can now see how the work you do makes such a difference to all these families. It is remarkable," she said.
We're confident the Duchess managed to brighten their days, too!
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