By Faith Cummings
Updated Jan 24, 2017 @ 10:30 am
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Going bold in a green skirt suit from Hobbs, Kate Middleton made a touching visit to the East Anglia's Children's Hospices Tuesday. As the Royal Patron for EACH since 2012, she met with children who are suffering from life-threatening conditions and their families in Quidenham.

We all know the Duchess of Cambridge has a penchant for repeating her favorite style moments, but this was an altogether new look: coming after her floral Erdem dress and chic Eponine coat dress. A Gerard Darel blouse with a sweet Peter Pan collar gave her look added flair, while black pumps anchored the ensemble in timelessness.

January 24, 2017
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The vibrant getup definitely caught the eye of a little girl at the hospice, who presented Middleton with a portrait and handwritten note—in which she was sweetly referred to as Princess Kate. Flowers were also given to her from another young girl whose brother received care at the hospice before his tragic passing this past summer. The duchess took time to speak to his older brother, as well as his parents.

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Middleton is also diligently working on The Nook Appeal project, which is a new hospice she hopes to raise 10 million pounds for.