The Princess of Wales delighted well-wishers with a walk after her mental health charity visit yesterday.
She wore a Suzannah tea dress during Mental Health’s Wear It Green Day to raise awareness.
At the Anna Freud Center, she praises a new “anxiety toolkit” that the research organization has developed in partnership with students.
As she greets the children and their parents outside, she tells them, “I leave feeling inspired — I have learned a lot from young people.”
It came as Kate chatted with schoolgirls from St Katherine’s School at a charity event in Bath on Tuesday and said there was one area of royal life she was “still working on”.
The royal mother-of-three made a rare admission to an event for the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust.
According to the double Olympic champion, Kate revealed that public speaking is not “natural” for her.
Dame Kelly claimed that Kate said “she’s still doing it” and the Duchess added that “not everyone is perfect.”
During the conversation, students asked Kate if being royal was something she wanted to do.
After the discussion, Dame Kelly said: “They just asked her about being royal.
“Is that what she wants to do? And she says she has to learn.
“It’s a struggle to know that you can be accepted and included and that you’re still learning every day.”