The Duchess of Cambridge returned to public duties today following the Easter break as she opened a new school for less privileged children
Kate, 37, appeared in excellent spirits as she arrived at the Pears Family School, part of the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families’ new north London headquarters.
While Kate joined her brother-in-law Prince Harry at the Anzac Day service at Westminster Abbey, today marks her first outing to one of her charitable causes since taking time off over Easter.
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The Duchess of Cambridge burst into laughter as she shared a light-hearted moment with Amy Herring at the Anna Freud Centre in London where she opened their new building, the Kantor Centre of Excellence for the less privileged