Kate joined young mothers and their children at a centre in south London that is boosting their parenting skills through a unique programme in operation at just five sites in the UK.
The duchess had a ball playing with the cute kids at the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre.
The Duchess also sat in on "Together Time", a session during which parents can come with their children and learn from each other and childcare professionals. Back in June previous year we first heard that he was crawling when the Duke and Duchess visited Dundee in Scotland.
Since then all of us royal fans have had our hawk eyes watching the every move of Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle when they have appeared out and about together, which hasn't been that often lately.
"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.
North Korea rocked by 'artificial earthquake' amid underground explosion reports
The failed talks with Trump raised new questions about Kim's strategy for coping with the global sanctions squeezing his country. For now, discussions with North Korea will be conducted by their subordinates.
Fast forward five years later and she's a mum-of-three to George, Charlotte, now three, and baby Louis, who will celebrate his first birthday next month.
They met with children as well as young Canadians working in fashion, the arts, business and academia.
Supermodel Kate Moss was pictured heading home with her beloved boyfriend Count Nikolai von Bismarck on Tuesday night.
The NHS website advises those who are experiencing oedema should try to avoid standing for long periods and get plenty of rest with your feet up, wear comfortable shoes and stay hydrated.
"I think the importance of intervening early she really understood that, early intervention in the early years is critical it could be the foundation on which we build better, stronger adults".