Pregnancy's not slowing this duchess down!
Kate Middleton visited with students, teachers and community members at the Willows Primary School in Manchester, England, on Tuesday. The 31-year-old mom-to-be, looking radiant in a form-fitting patterned dress that showed off her burgeoning bump more than ever, was there to help launch a counseling program for kids whose parents suffer from addiction.
Per the U.K.'s Mirror, Kate was accompanied by comedian John Bishop, a Comic Relief ambassador, on her visit. Both parties were excited to help kick off MPACT, Action on Addiction's counseling program that is a partnership between the Royal Foundation, Comic Relief and Place2Be.
"Through my Patronage of Action on Addiction, I feel fortunate to have met a wide range of inspirational people who have overcome addiction," Kate said. "But those who are addicted are not the only victims…I have been struck by the profound and deeply damaging impact it has on the children of affected parents."
She continued: "My hope is that through this specialised and targeted delivery of care, these children will have the best possible start in life—the one that they deserve."
Once again, it's nice to see Kate doing her part to help those in need.