The Duchess of Cambridge visits a school in London to see first-hand the work of a project she launched to help families affected by addiction. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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STORY: Britain's Duchess of Cambridge delighted children in London on Tuesday when she paid a visit to their school.
The duchess dropped in on the Blessed Sacrament School in Islington, north London, to view the progress of M-PACT Plus, a project which helps address the issue of substance abuse and addiction in families.
Wearing a pink dress, reportedly by the 'Goat' label, the Duchess, popularly known as Kate, sank to her knees to talk to youngsters who cheered and waved flags.
She was joined on the visit by British comedian John Bishop, who also supports the cause.
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