It was second time lucky for The Duchess of Cambridge today as she visited a centre offering care to expectant and new mothers, after calling off the engagement due to severe morning sickness. After a series of appearances in recent weeks, she is again feeling like herself - and even dropping off Prince George at school.
While at the Hornsey Road Children's Centre on Tuesday, Kate told single dad Billy - who is raising his seven-month daughter Violet alone - that William didn't know what exactly to do when he first became a father after Billy explained his early struggles with parenting.
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Kate will hear the experiences of some parents who have been helped by the charity, and those who volunteer to provide support.
During her visit, Kate was given a tour of the facilities, which support local parents and young children.
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Queen Elizabeth is royal patron of the charity, and Kate's outing underlines how the younger royals are stepping in to check in with some of the institutions that the 91-year-old monarch supports.
The charity is a national provider of early intervention services for families and children, which provides practical, emotional and financial support. It aims to strengthen families and communities, build skills and resilience, and improve the life chances of children and adults across the United Kingdom.
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The visit comes as Kate continues looking at the issues and challenges in the area of maternal mental health.