The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, 36, visited the Pegasus Primary School in Oxford, England, where she was greeted by crowds of school children.
The Duchess is visiting Pegasus Primary School in Oxford where pupils, parents and teachers are part of an innovative charity programme to support emotional health and wellbeing.
Kate has been busily clocking up engagements ahead of her maternity leave.
Speaking at the refurbished premises in Clerkenwell, central London, the duchess said: "School leaders and teachers need expert guidance and training to develop their own approaches to supporting children's mental well-being".
The charity integrates emotional health support into pupils' education at the school, and their entire families are supported through a range of workshops. The Duchess of Cambridge has taken her third pregnancy in stride, thanks to outerwear that not only works on its own, but will stay in rotation long after the birth of the new royal.
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11-year-old Jodie Brackett was one of the children who explained what role Family Works has in the school.
HRH Catherine Duchess of Cambridge visited with both adults and children alike during this visit, taking advantage of a moment with several children during their session in which they discuss social issues such as bullying and emotional stress. After asking her to say 'yes, ' Middleton replies: "Yes, yes, dear William!"
"It wasn't as nerve-racking as you think it would be because she's just a normal ordinary person like everybody else".
Like Middleton, Markle will join the royal family after walking down the isle at her May 19 ceremony at St. George's chapel.
Clerkenwell resident Sarah Wilson said: "I've abandoned all my shopping in Waitrose to wait for her!"