The Duchess of Cambridge stepped back from her royal duties following the birth of her and Prince William’s third child in April.
Kate has attended a handful of royal events since Prince Louis’ arrival, including brother-in-law Prince Harry’s wedding and Trooping the Colour, however, she made her return to work this week and it’s safe to say fans are thrilled.
The Duchess dazzled during her visit to the Sayers Croft Trust Forest School and Wildlife Garden at Paddington Recreation Ground this afternoon.
Kate greeted staff and students and certainly charmed them with her heartwarming presence and down-to-earth nature.
Duchess Kate is back in action! Today she’s visiting the @SCTrust Forest School and Wildlife Garden, learning more about how they’re getting thousands of inner city children involved in the outdoors and learning about nature pic.twitter.com/9wTFBfxLUT— Omid Scobie (@scobie) October 2, 2018
The mum-of-three learned all about how Sayers Croft Trust Forest School and Wildlife Garden helps children and their mental wellbeing. It gives inner city children a unique opportunity to learn about and engage with the natural world.
Kate was overjoyed to chat with the students at the forest school, who are similar in age to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Duchess of Cambridge arriving at Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden - following in the footsteps of 5,500 children last year from Westminster and neighbouring boroughs. pic.twitter.com/QNCa1d6ZMT— Westminster Council (@CityWestminster) October 2, 2018
Kate donned a casual look for her first royal engagement since Louis' birth. She wore a pair of brown trousers, a grey jumper and wrapped up in a khaki jacket.
It's great to see the Duchess looking so happy and healthy. We certainly did miss her.