20 October, 2017
The Duchess' outing comes just days after Kensington Palace confirmed that she and William - who already have four-year-old son George and Charlotte, two, together - will welcome their third child into the world in April. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, revealed that Princess Charlotte is now learning to dance and loves playing with dogs.
The Duchess was attractive in a blue double-breasted Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini blazer, paired with a pair of black trousers, black suede booties with chunky heels and Kiki McDonough laurel leaf earrings.
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A Kensington Palace spokeswoman had said that the Duchess is "better but she's still suffering".
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For her latest outing, she opted for a more casual look. But she's taking it day-to-day in deciding what she can do'.
Apprentices from all over the United Kingdom were honoured at West Ham's football stadium - the former Olympic stadium in London.
The charity was set up by the royal trio and officially launched in the ground five years ago this week, on the eve of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
The event gave Kate, William and Harry the chance to meet with 150 apprentices who have graduated from the Coach Core mentoring programme.
The Coach Core apprenticeship scheme was designed by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.