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While Kate Middleton continues to stay mum on baby bump rumors (not even this could make those go away), one thing's for sure: the Duchess of Cambridge loves the kiddies.
The fashionable royal met up with 150 children Friday for a charitable production of C.S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by Threesixty Entertainment on the grounds of Kensington Gardens in London Friday, according to People.
And in true royal fashion, Middleton looked fantastic doing so.
Donning a teal dress from Zara, a Whistles black jacket and an Anya Hindmarch clutch, Prince William's wife reportedly asked the kids, "Did you see all the animals on stilts? Wasn't it amazing?
"I just loved the way it is held in a tent," she added. "Really clever."
The young people in attendance were from her charity the Art Room, which offers art therapy to children who suffer from emotional and behavioral difficulties (Middleton became Royal Patron of the charity in January).
Not a bad way to kick off a royal whirlwind weekend!