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

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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.

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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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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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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.”