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The Duchess of Cambridge is entering the last month of her second pregnancy, but she isn’t stopping with her responsibilities. No, not even for baby number two. But wait, how far along is she? Well, Kate revealed to a volunteer at the Brookhill Children’s Centre that the second royal baby is “due mid-April to the end of April. Not long to go now.” So, yeah, the countdown is totally on.

Kate has made several public appearances as of late and kept up with all her royal duties. And, frankly, we are loving every second of it since it only gives us opportunities to ogle Kate’s fashion choices.

The Duchess was in Woolrich on Wednesday, visiting the Brookhill Children’s Centre where she met with lots of kids and volunteers. And instead of recycling one of her outfits, royal fashion watchers were quick to point out that Kate donned a new frock today. A fun, short, polka-dotted frock. And, of course, Kate being Kate, made another thrifty choice. The wrap dress by ASOS cost a mere $65.

As for Kate’s coat, you need to have your own private dressmaker for that.

Kate met volunteers helping out at Home-Start, a charity that helps more than 29,000 families a year. Its 15,000 volunteers visit homes and help parents struggling to cope with issues such as isolation, mental health issues, bereavement, multiple births, illness or disability, many of which have a direct effect on their children.

The Duchess then met some of the families who have received help, and also spoke with a group of mothers who had suffered with post-partum depression. “The Duchess made clear in advance of the visit that she was keen to speak to them as post-natal depression can have such a knock-on effect on every aspect of family life,” explained head of communications Annie O’Brian to the Daily Mail.