She met with teachers and students and it was all very pleasant, but while visiting Lavender Primary school, the Duchess of Cambridge brought out a special item that honestly melted everyone's hearts-a portrait of her family.
The Duchess of Cambridge was looking like a Mad Men extra as she stepped out for a visit to Lavender Primary School on Tuesday in support of Children's Mental Health Week. We dare you to not smile!
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"This is a photograph of my family", she said.
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Kate Middleton has two royal engagements today [February 5] as part of Children's Mental Health Week.
Kate's second stop of the day was to Alperton Community School, where she joined a discussion with teachers about kids' school readiness and teacher welfare and took part in pupils' Random Acts of Kindness Club, an extra-curricular club focussing on the wellbeing of the school community.More news: Anthony Davis: Lakers offer SIX players in stunning trade deal to Pelicans
On the visit where she was greeted by singing pupils on arrival, Kate met teachers and students participating in Children's Mental Health Week activities and also watched the school's Daily Mile challenge, which aims to promote being active.