The Duchess of Cambridge has visited a primary school to learn about a programme that supports the emotional health of pupils.
Kate Middleton arrives at Pegasus Primary School in Oxford.
She will also join pupils during one of the sessions, in which they are encouraged to share their thoughts on a range of topics, including how to support a classmate if they are being bullied or how to cope with a stressful situation.
Despite the due date becoming closer, Kate is still working.
Inside the book was a note that said: 'A collection of stories, poems and lullabies written by the children of Pegasus school.' It was dated 6 March 2018 to mark the Duchess's visit.
Kate became patron of Place2Be - the leading United Kingdom provider of school-based mental health support - in 2013 and is passionate about the cause.
The duchess, who is pregnant with her third child, recently recorded a video message in which she called for every child to be given the "best possible support to ensure they fulfil their true potential".
Speaking at the refurbished premises in Clerkenwell, central London, the duchess said: "School leaders and teachers need expert guidance and training to develop their own approaches to supporting children's mental well-being".
Ten-year-old Zhara Gathenya who had the honour of meeting Her Royal Highness along with a handful of other children her age was quoted in saying, "It's probably a once in a lifetime opportunity to actually meet somebody from the royal family..."
"Keep up the hard work".
"Good luck. Say hi to your mums and dads". During her visit she met with staff, volunteers, and local schoolchildren. You don't think about it so much.