DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE VISIT YOUNG OFFENDERS CHARITY
Prince William and Kate Middleton spent some time away from son Prince George on Tuesday morning (19 NOVEMBER 2013) as they visited crime prevention charity Only Connect in London.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were greeted by an excited crowd who were waiting outside of the charity's head office in King's Cross.
The new parents were shown around the charity's office where they met with staff and young people who told them about the ways Only Connect helps and supports prisoners, ex-offenders and young people at risk of re-offending.
Kate wore a bird printed tailored coat by Orla Kiely, while William dressed in a navy suit and purple tie.
Only Connect reach out to 10,000 people a year and is said to have helped reduce re-offending by almost half. Helping re-offenders is something which is close to William and his family as his aunt Lady Jane Fellowes, sister of Princess Diana, is a trustee of the charity.