Wednesday 17 January: 2:12 pm
Kate Middleton has arrived at Wimbledon for her second visit of the day.
The Duchess of Cambridge was greeted by children as she visited The Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative at Bond Primary School.
Kate wore tight leggings and a white sports jersey, adding fashionable Nike trainers to the look.
Wednesday 17 January: 12:20 pm
Kate Middleton, 35, beamed as she received two teddy bears from ill little girl Ava.
Ava, aged nine, who wore a purple Great Ormond Street Hospital jumper, handed the 35-year-old duchess two teddy bears – one in a nurses outfit, and another also wearing a purple jumper.
Ava, who has Cystic fibrosis, met the grinning duchess outside of the award-winning children’s hospital.
Pregnant Kate then smiled and chatted away with staff at the hospital in London.
Kate wore a long orange coat that fell to the knee for the hospital visit.
The coat had large button, pockets and a Peter Pan collar.
Kate appeared to wear a nude dress or skirt underneath the coat and added simple black heels to the look.
Great Ormand Street Hospital in Bloomsbury funds research into new treatments and cures for childhood illnesses.
Kate is attending the opening of the Mittal Children’s Medical Centre.
The centre has improved accommodation, meaning parents and carers can stay with children having treatment.
Kate’s orange coat was from high street retailer Boden.
Yesterday Kate wore a £1500 pink coat in Coventry, prompting debate as to the gender of her third child.
She wore this item of clothing twice when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte – could it be a hint to the sex of her unborn baby?