Kate Middleton Is in Recovery Mode & Dropping George Off at School

Kate Middleton Is in Recovery Mode & Dropping George Off at School

Kate Middleton Is in Recovery Mode & Dropping George Off at School

"The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news". Meghan Markle at the "Characters Unite/Moth Storytelling Event" in Los Angeles, Feb. 15, 2012.

Kate, who is royal patron of the charity Place2Be, had been spending the day at the school leaders forum in central London.

She is now expecting her third child.

While speaking at the forum, Kate alluded to the fact that she's been dropping off George at school, even though she wasn't able to when he first began in September.

The duchess didn't have far to go in order to attend the gala in honor of The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, as it was held in the Orangery on the grounds of Kensington Palace-basically only a few steps from her own door.

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Kate Middleton recycled a favorite Diane von Furstenberg dress at a Kensington Palace charity gala on November 7.

But it seems the pregnant - who recently showed off her growing baby bump - has overcome the hyperemesis gravidarum, and is now arranging official royal engagements around his school times.

Wednesday's outing wasn't Kate's only royal appearance this week! Place2Be provides in-house counselors and professionals to support adolescents suffering from mental health challenges, stress and anxiety.

"Collaborating with experts like yourselves, we're looking at providing easy access to information and practical tools to support teachers, parents and children feel comfortable talking about their mental health".

"We are all working to give children the emotional strength they need to face their futures and thrive". She waved to a crowd of onlookers before she was whisked inside to open a conference that highlighted how schools can better tackle children's mental health problems.

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