Two years ago, Kate Middleton was saying "I do" to Prince William at a certain, becoming the Duchess of Cambridge.
On Monday, she spent the couple's second wedding anniversary solo, visiting a children's hospice center in Hampshire, England.
Kate, 31, wore a peach coat by Tara Jarmon over a lighter-colored dress by a private dressmaker for the visit, according to the Daily Mail.
Upon her arrival at Naomi House, which cares for children and young adults with terminal conditions, she was presented with flowers by Sally Evans, 8, who suffers from spinal muscular atrophy.
Kate toured the facility and had tea with some of the children at Naomi House and their families, who gathered to support Children's Hospice Week, the Daily Mail reports.
William, 30, was reportedly on duty at his Royal Air Force base in Anglesey, Wales, where he is a helicopter search-and-rescue pilot.
Monday's visit is the latest in a series of engagements the pregnant duchess has taken on recently, including attending a, at a Manchester school and with William and Prince Harry last week. She also recorded a video message in support of Children's Hospice Week that was released on Sunday: