Today, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Coventry Cathedral, Coventry University and The Positive Youth Foundation.

The couple arrived to cheers from hundreds of flag-waving schoolchildren from the local Sacred Heart School. Among them was Darcy Hayes, 9, who gave Kate some bright orange flowers.

“She said her son George will love the flowers because he loves orange — and police colors. I told them I had an American girl doll for Christmas and William said Charlotte loves dolls,” said Hayes. “They were nice and cheerful.”
The Duke & Duchess will shortly be given a tour of St Michael’s Cathedral, known as Coventry Cathedral. It was built beside the ruins of the original medieval Cathedral of St Michael which was destroyed in a WWII bombing.

Kate wore her pink Mulberry coat today, which she has worn twice previously during her pregnancy with Charlotte.

This isn’t the first time Middleton has recycled a maternity look on a public outing. Just last week she rewore her blue printed Seraphine dress at the Reach Academy in London. She previously wore the dress in February 2015.