Hurrah, she's back!
The Duchess of Cambridge ended her maternity leave today with a visit to Sayers Croft Forest School and Wildlife Garden in London. The center is aimed at getting children and the local community involved in the environment.
The Sun royal reporter Emily Andrews captured the greeting Her Royal Highness received from St. Augustine Prep's students, one of whom assured her that the tour of the grounds would not include "boring bits."
Catherine -- who gave birth to her third child, Prince Louis, on April 23 -- was introduced to seven-month-old Romi during her visit. "He's very chatty," Catherine said, according to Andrews. "He's almost the same age as my little boy."
Kate also helped students make leaf crowns and plant seeds in the garden:
"it was a genuinely fun event," Daily Mail royal reporter Rebecca English told me via Twitter. "The kids were priceless!"
We'll be seeing more of HRH in the coming months; Next Tuesday, she and Prince William will be at the first Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit. November is an important month to the royal family as it focuses on honoring the armed forces, specifically those who lost their lives in battle. There may also be a few red carpet appearances, as well as a possible tiara spotting.