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One of the charities providing support services at the Centre is Family Action, of which The Queen is Patron.
The Duchess looked chic in a cream coat from Goat - just a week after wearing one of the brand's dresses to another engagement - over a black dress paired with black knee high boots.
She also heard some of the personal experiences from parents who have benefited from the charity's support, and volunteers who are supporting them.
This afternoon, the pregnant duchess was spotted arriving at the family support centre - which provides a place for expectant and new mothers to bond with each other, receive antenatal and postnatal services and find mental health support - dressed in a dusty pink coat, black knee-high boots and tights.
The visit comes as Kate continues looking at the issues and challenges in the area of maternal mental health.
At the time, the royal mom of two was coping with severe morning sickness.
In a statement released via their Twitter page, the Palace revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are "delighted" to be expecting their third child in April 2018. The royal couple, both 35, are expecting their third child, and are parents to Prince George, four, and two-year-old Princess Charlotte.
Kate will be heavily pregnant on an official visit to Norway and Sweden with her husband early next year.