Kate Middleton Bundles Up in All Black (Like a True New Yorker!) for First NYC Engagement: See the Photos!

Kate Middleton visits the Northside Center for Child Development.
New York state of mind! Kate Middleton donned an all-black ensemble (including a Goat coat) for a visit to the Northside Center for Child Development in NYC on Dec. 8. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

All black—like a true New Yorker!

While her husband, Prince William, jetted to the nation's capital to meet President Obama, Kate Middleton stayed behind in NYC on Monday, Dec. 8—but that didn't mean she had any downtime!

On the contrary, the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, 32, bundled up her baby bump in everything ebony—including the black military-style "Washington" coat by Goat, a piece that retails for 680 pounds or about $1,062—for a visit to Harlem's Northside Center for Child Development. (She also added licorice heels and opaque tights to her ensemble.) See more photos of Kate's gorgeous look.

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The Duchess of Cambridge bundled up in a Goat miiltary coat for her visit to a children's center in Harlem on Dec. 8. EPA/PETER FOLEY /LANDOV

At the center, Middleton joined the First Lady of New York, Chirlane McCray, and Northside's staff members to discuss one of her biggest passions: the mental health and well-being of children.

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Nice to meet you! Kate Middleton shakes hands with New York's First Lady, Chirlane McCray, at the Northside Center for Child Development in Harlem on Dec. 8. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

While in NYC, Prince George's mom isn't just making one stop for the youngsters. On Tuesday, Dec. 9, she and her husband will also visit the CityKids Foundation, which creates artistic programming for NYC children and teens.

Between engagements, the royal couple will spend what little downtime they have at the Carlyle Hotel, where Prince William's late mother, Princess Diana, loved to stay when she visited the States. When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the hotel on Dec. 7, they waved to the crowd gathered outside and told reporters, "It's good to be here."

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Kate Middleton accepted flowers from NYC children while visiting the Northside Center for Child Development in Harlem on Dec. 8. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

And NYC returned the love! In honor of the couple's visit, the Empire State Building lit up it's top in red, white, and blue stripes, a nod to the Brits' Union Jack flag.

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