The Duchess of Cambridge looked chic in a polka dot blouse during surprise visit

We’d give anything to have a royal wardrobe, and the Duchess of Cambridge rarely disappoints when it comes to hers.

The Duchess of Cambridge carried out a royal engagement in London, wearing a look that was perfect for the autumn months.

If you’d like to steal her style, the Duchess got this blouse from Net-A-Porter and it’s available in four different prints in sizes X small to large.

Net-A-Porter slim Signature polka-dot washed-silk shirt, £270.00

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According to Kensington Palace, the Duchess was there to meet the Sunshine House team, who support young mothers, and parents who have been involved in the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership National Unit.

This program partners parents with a “specially trained family nurse”, who “visits them regularly from early pregnancy until their child is two”.

The Kensington Royal Instagram account shared photos from the event, with the caption explaining what happened on the day.

The caption concluded: “From health visitors and school nurses to specialist treatment for children with long-term health conditions, Evelina London’s community services care for children and families across the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark — thank you to everyone that came out to greet The Duchess of Cambridge today!”

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To further her research and engagement with the Early Years sector, The Duchess of Cambridge visited Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health and Development Centre to meet with the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership team and highlight the valuable work that they do. Swipe to see more about their work: 2-3. The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is a voluntary home visiting programme for first-time parents aged 24 and under. Parents are partnered with a specially trained family nurse who visits them regularly, from early pregnancy until their child is two. The Duchess met the team at Sunshine House to discuss the FNP programme and its impact on clients and communities, and hear more about the strategic direction and development of the programme in England. 4-5. The Duchess met mothers who have been through the FNP programme to understand how the programme has helped them and their children. The programme supports young mums to have a healthy pregnancy, improve their child's health and development, and reach their goals and aspirations. Multiple rigorous evaluations show it has a long-term positive impact on child outcomes. FNP is delivered in around 70 areas across England and each local team is made up of specially trained family nurse supervisors, family nurses, and quality support officers. 6-7. FNP in Southwark is delivered by Evelina London, of which The Duchess is Patron. As part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, Evelina London is a major children’s hospital and provider of community services. From health visitors and school nurses to specialist treatment for children with long-term health conditions, Evelina London’s community services care for children and families across the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark — thank you to everyone that came out to greet The Duchess of Cambridge today! 📷 Kensington Palace / PA

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The Duchess of Cambridge frequently supports charities and organisations that support children, families and mothers. She is a Patron of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, who recently celebrated their 90th birthday.

Kensington Royal shared a throwback photo of the Duchess greeting staff and children to celebrate the occasion recently, as well as photos of the Queen and the Queen Mother.

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Happy 90th Birthday 🎂 to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists! RCOG, of which The Duchess of Cambridge became Patron in 2018, works to improve women's health care across the world. To mark their 90th year, we’re taking a look back at the long association between the College and @TheRoyalFamily: 2. 🎓 Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) receives an Honorary RCOG Fellowship from Dame Hilda Lloyd in 1951. Two years earlier Dame Hilda became the first female president of RCOG, and of any medical royal college. 3. 🔨 Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother lays the foundation stone of RCOG’s new home at Sussex Place in 1957. She became the College’s first Royal Patron in 1932. 4. 🎥 The Queen officially opens RCOG’s new home at Sussex Place in 1960. 5-7. 🤝 RCOG has awarded an Honorary Fellowship to 10 members of the Royal Family, including Princess Margaret in 1966, The Princess Royal in 1979 and Diana, Princess of Wales in 1987. 8-10. Today RCOG has over 16,000 members 🌎 worldwide. The college works with partners both in the UK and globally to improve the standard of care delivered to women, encourage the study of obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G), and advance the science and practice of O&G. Visit @rcobsgyn to find out more about their work and history, as they celebrate #RCOG90. 📷🎥 Images and footage courtesy of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

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They wrote: “Happy 90th Birthday 🎂 to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists! RCOG, of which The Duchess of Cambridge became Patron in 2018, works to improve women’s health care across the world.

“To mark their 90th year, we’re taking a look back at the long association between the College and @TheRoyalFamily.”