The Duchess of Cambridge visits South London Children's Centre

The Duchess of Cambridge visits South London Children's Centre

Kate is no stranger to re-wearing outfits and fans love seeing that she recycles her fashion.

She was the guest of honour at the Henry Fawcett Centre in Kensington, London, this morning to learn about the work done by local organisations to support young children and their families.

Kate further explained little Louis is "cruising", which involves using furniture as a support aid to move around, and admitted she is "running after him all the time".

"I believe Meghan is more focussed on figuring out exactly what she should do and when they should walk in, she is feeling a bit awkward, not having attended an event exactly like this before", she explains. It should, as it's the same Alexander McQueen frock the royal wore at the 2017 BAFTA Awards.

'She teaches me everything, ' she told Harper's Bazaar late past year.

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex are greeted by a Mountie and a Canadian child outside Canada House.

According to royal photographer, Mark Stewart, the mum replied saying the nine-month-old is a "fast crawler".

"We do see a very polished and practiced public appearance, but it's what we don't see that might be more telling". Here he is pictured for the Cambridge's Christmas card.

"She asked whether [my daughter] was sleeping through the night, and she told me that Louis is starting to wave", Rhian Davis told People magazine about a conversation she has with the Duchess of Cambridge.

Get push notifications with news, features and more. 'Lila and her friends follow all the beauty blogs and Instagram accounts, and she'll be like, "Mum, you have to try this, it's awesome what they can do now".

Ms James said there were "authentic" signs of affection during their meeting ahead of the Commonwealth Day service.

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