Kate Middleton joins families for cooking workshop at community support project – best photos

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The Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise visit to a community parental support project on Tuesday morning.

Kate headed to PACT (Parents and Children Together) in Southwark to learn more about how communities can support parents and their families with their mental wellbeing and improve the health and development outcomes for young children. 

During her visit, the Duchess met volunteers and attendees from PACT Southwark’s weekly MumSpace group, which provides support for local parents to discuss any challenges they’re facing.

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Kate then rolled up her sleeves to join a cooking workshop with parents and their children.

Set up by Citizens UK in 2014, PACT is a community-led social support project which aims to build a confident, resilient community of parents who can give their children the best start in life whatever their circumstances. Having been initiated in Southwark, the project has since expanded to Leeds and Newcastle.

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Kensington Palace said ahead of Kate’s outing that “The Duchess is committed to raising awareness of the importance of early childhood experiences and of collaborative action in order to improve outcomes across society”.

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