It's basically the royal pregnancy swan song — Duchess Kate made her last royal outing on March 27 before heading off to maternity leave.
In a visit to a community center in southeast London, Kate was pretty in pink, donning a bright pink Mulberry coat that predominantly covered her royal baby bump.
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Joined by her husband, Prince William, the Duchess later watched a special performance by youths from XLP Arts Project and visited a community bus and mobile recording studio that was converted from an old police riot van as part of MTV's mid-2000s show "Pimp My Ride."
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The founder of the XLP charity, Patrick Regan, told PEOPLE, "To some people we work with, they think this sort of thing, a visit of this nature, doesn't happen to them. It happens to people who are more privileged. To have someone show interest in them is really important."
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Kate, who is due in mid-to-late April, seemed very at ease, smiling as she was greeted by well-wishers.
Now, with her royal duties behind her, she can simply focus on giving Prince George a sibling.