Kate Middleton steps out in 14-year-old boots

Tanya Cunningham
October 4, 2018

The Duchess was looking how the Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden is helping children's emotional and physical well-being.

Catherine paid a visit to Sayers Croft Trust Forest School and Wildlife Garden in Paddington, London on Tuesday, where she spent time with local school children and observed how learning about the outdoors can benefit their well-being.

She wore a brown jacket and carried a bag in a matching colour, topping off the look with a similarly coloured trilby.

The Duchess of Cambridge had her last public outing before officially going on maternity leave in late March, and since she's welcomed her third baby, Prince Louis, on April 23, we've unfortunately seen less and less of the royal. What's more, many royal critics also can't help but wonder if Kate will be taking on more solo appearances like she has so far or if she will attending events with Prince William by her side.

The Duchess was joined by children from St Augustine's Primary School
The Duchess was joined by children from

The Sayers Croft Forest School, which had more than 5,500 visitors past year, gives inner-city school children an opportunity to learn about and engage with the natural world.

As shocking as it may be, Meghan Markle isn't the only member of the royal family to close her own auto door. The unique school gives children raised in cities the rare opportunity to be one with nature.

As mother to three young children - Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, and Prince Louis, 6-months, Kate knows how please a crowd of tiny tots. The Duchess collected leaves with the students of St Stephen's school for their project which they later showed off as Kate departed.

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