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It has been revealed that Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge said Prince George is “growing up so fast” on her visit to a children’s centre in Camberwell, London.

According to The Sun, the duchess, 37, glowed in a dark blouse and trousers outfit as she hoped to learn more about a service supporting young parents.

Kate made an effort to speak to each member of staff at the entrance of Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health and Development centre.

media_cameraThe Duchess wore trousers and a polka dot blouse to the event. Picture: Ian Vogler / AFP
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge chats during her visit to the Sunshine House Children and Young People's Health and Development Centre, London. Picture: AFP
media_cameraBritain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge chats during her visit to the Sunshine House Children and Young People's Health and Development Centre, London. Picture: AFP

She wore a navy polka dot blouse with high-waisted wide leg black trousers, which highlight her enviable figure and black chunky heels.

The duchess had her hair down and tucked behind her ears to keep it out of her way as she spoke to different staff members and mothers.

Kate met Chloe Koroma, 22, who is helped by the voluntary home visiting program Family Nurse Partnership (FNP).

Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge carries a posy as she leaves after her visit to the Sunshine House Children and Young People's Health and Development Centre. Picture: AFP
media_cameraBritain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge carries a posy as she leaves after her visit to the Sunshine House Children and Young People's Health and Development Centre. Picture: AFP

Ms Koroma’s four-year-old son Oliver presented the duchess with a posy of flowers when she first arrived, and she later sat down with other parents to chat with Kate about the help they receive from the service.

The full-time mother said later: “It was lovely meeting the duchess. She asked how old Oliver is and what football shirt he was wearing.

Duchess of Cambridge met mothers and their children at the Sunshine House Children and Young People's Health and Development Centre, London. Picture: AFP
media_cameraDuchess of Cambridge met mothers and their children at the Sunshine House Children and Young People's Health and Development Centre, London. Picture: AFP

“She said children grow up so quickly and she can’t believe George is six already.”

George was pictured walking into school with his parents on September 5, with little sister Princess Charlotte, four, starting her first day in the classroom.

Kate has an interest in the early years development of children and made the visit to learn more about the FNP initiative.

Mothers are partnered with a specially-trained family nurse who visits them regularly, from early pregnancy until their child is two.

Kate dazzled in a dark blouse and high-waisted trousers. Picture: AFP
media_cameraKate dazzled in a dark blouse and high-waisted trousers. Picture: AFP

The centre is part of the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) where parents aged 24 and under, will get personal support from voluntary nurses.

The program helps young mothers to have a healthy pregnancy, improve their child’s health and development, and reach their goals and aspirations.

Ms Koroma, whose son was wearing a Huddersfield Town top as his uncle Josh plays for the team, added: “My nurse Debbie was a fantastic support throughout my pregnancy. She was always there for me and gave me lots of advice and guidance.

Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge met with the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership team to acknowledge their valuable work, in Peckham, south London. Picture: AFP
media_cameraBritain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge met with the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership team to acknowledge their valuable work, in Peckham, south London. Picture: AFP

“I have bipolar and following the pregnancy I suffered from postnatal depression so I really appreciated her support. I no longer use the service but I’m still in touch with Debbie as she was a big part of my life.”

Kate is a patron of the children’s hospital Evelina London, which delivers the FNP scheme in the London borough of Southwark.

This story first appeared in The Sun and is republished with permission.

Originally published as Kate’s gorgeous outfit at kid’s charity

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