When new mum Kate Middleton visited a children's hospice in Hampton, southeast England, she was full of motherly warmth.
With her caring hugs, fun-filled activities and her innate ability to mingle with kids, the Duchess of Cambridge brightened up the day of many severely sick children at the Shooting Star House children's hospice, a charity providing respite care to children with life-limiting conditions.
Wearing a sparkling diamond tiara for the first time since her 2011 wedding, the new mom paired it with diamond earrings and a white lace dress.
Her husband also looked dashing in a white tie and tails.
The delicate fan motif tiara, which is made of diamonds and pearls, is the same tiara worn by the late Queen Mother when she was Duchess of York in the 1920s.
STUART PHILLIPS reveals his incredible expert hair advice onKate Middleton's wavy thick hair.
Does it suit her face shape?
What face shape does Kate Middleton have?
Can we improve the look?
Maybe, although it wouldn't necessarily improve but would offer her another good choice of haircut.
My suggested haircut for Kate:
Having an oval shape face means that Kate is fairly spoilt for a wide choice of hairstyles. The style that she has at the moment is a good length for her face shape and texture of hair.
The Duchess of Cambridge will glam up for a night out tomorrow as husband William stays at home with baby Prince George.
The glittering ball, sponsored by Tiffany & Co and Laurent-Perrier champagne, will be held at swanky pop-up venue Supernova in central London's Embankment Gardens.
The duchess will be joined by a host of Olympic and Paralympic stars honouring the next generation of British athletes.
The Duchess of Cambridge spoke about her three-month-old son during a visit to London charity Only Connect yesterday, an organisation that helps former prisoners and young people at risk of reoffending.
Kate, 31, was given a cute all-in-one for George by ex-offender Aaron Russell-Andrews, who is pursuing a career in acting after receiving support from the charity.
‘[It'll be] a very good fit as he is growing up very fast,' Kate said.
Kate Middleton spoke about her four-month-old son, Prince George during a recent engagement in Euston, central London.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended an event by a crime prevention charity, Only Connect, on 19 November where one of the charity members, Russell-Andrews, gave her a babygro for Prince George.
Russell said that Kate was "very pleased" to get the white babygro, which featured the charity's logo and the words that read: "Prince George underneath.
WE'VE all been there.
But Kate Middleton had to battle with the effects of the windy London weather in front of thousands when she stepped out in east London this morning.
The Duchess of Cambridge flashed a little too much leg as she struggled with the blustery conditions on arrival at the Resilience and Emotional Strength in Schools Forum, organised by the charity Place2Be.
Kate Middleton has been showing off her post-baby body again.
Kate - who first wore the waisted mini for a trip to Oxford in 2012 - teased her glossy hair into natural-looking waves for the occasion.
A small clutch, dark tights and low-heeled ankle boots completed the 31-year-old new mum's smart and seasonal ensemble.
HER winter wardrobe is bursting at the seams.
Kate Middleton continued to prove she's queen of the post-baby body today.
Prince George's mum stepped out with husband William as the pair showed their support to ex-offenders and youngsters at risk of offending at a London charity event this morning.
Kate looked picture-perfect as she warded off the winter chill in yet another cosy but stylish ensemble.
The Duchess of Cambridge turned to favourite designer Orla Kiely once again and donned a patterned, fitted coat which emphasised her impressive hour-glass figure and clung to all the right places.
IT's pretty nippy out there.
So we weren't surprised to see Kate Middleton wrapped up as she stepped out to watch the Remembrance Day Parade today.
Wearing a buttoned-up winter coat, the Duchess of Cambridge looked stylish in black.
The 31-year-old pulled out her trusty James Lock & Co beret - perhaps to cover those pesky grey hairs which have caused a stir over the last week.
Still, grey hairs aside (they're only natural) Kate's trademark locks are usually blow-dried to perfection.