For all those who have been waiting for an appearance of the Duchess, here's some good news! The Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting a forest school and Wildlife garden at Paddington Recreation Ground on Tuesday, October 2.
The official Twitter handle of Kensington Palace tweeted on Wednesday, September 26, as to when the Duchess will resume her royal duties. A tweet put out by the Kensington Palace read, "The Duchess of Cambridge will visit the @SCTrust Forest School and Wildlife Garden at Paddington Recreation Ground on Tuesday 2nd October."
Check out the tweet here:
Kate has been on a maternity leave after the birth of her third child. Prince William and Kate Middleton welcomed their third child, Prince Louis, back in April 2018.
Here's a picture:
The Duchess of Cambridge has been spotted on various occasions after that including the much-awaited royal wedding, Prince Louis' christening and the Queen's birthday parade. However, Kate was seen sans the new prince at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding which was a grand affair.
Here are some pictures:
A family portrait after Prince Louis' Christening (Source: Twitter)
Here's a video of the Duchess and Prince Louis' arrival for the Prince's christening:
Here's a picture of the royal family after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding:
Check out this picture of the Duchess of Cambridge with the Duchess of Cornwall at the Queen's birthday parade:
Kate's visit to the Sayers Croft Trust Forest and Wildlife Garden at Paddington Recreation Ground will be her first official appearance after her maternity leave. Previously reports suggested that the Duchess will resume her royal duties after six months of maternity leave after the arrival of Prince Louis. A date for the same has finally been fixed. Kate will resume her royal duties on Tuesday, October 2. Seems like fans will see much more of her now.