The-mother-of-three, who is a royal patron of East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH), joked that she was assisted by an "army of little helpers" to unveil a plaque commemorating the event.
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is losing her right-hand woman. She's poised (and when she's not, she has a great sense of humor about it), stylish, charitable, and she looks incredible in a tiara.
In a speech before officially opening The Nook, the Duchess laughed as she revealed that she would never forget her first ever speech at the Treehouse Hospice.
Middleton said in a speech, "You have created here at the Nook a nurturing, caring environment that allows families who are going through the unimaginable the ability to spend precious quality time with each other, comforted in the knowledge that their children are being looked after in the best possible way".
The hospice is run by one of her charities, and she was there to see the result of the $13 million initiative to build the new center for severely ill children.
She was snapped by fans stepping off the train in Norfolk before heading to The Nook children's hospice nearby, where she met with families who receive care and support there. It must have been a proud moment for her to have seen the process through from start to finish!
The Duchess of Cambridge has been Royal Patron of East Anglia's Children's Hospices since 2012.
After a five-year public enchantment to lift £10 million and two years of constructing work, the hospice charity EACH has now welcomed kids, younger folks and households to The Nook, a purpose-built hospice in Framingham Earl close to Norwich.
Their care service includes specialist nursing care, symptom management nursing, short breaks, well-being activities, therapies, counselling and volunteer services in the family home; all meeting the individual needs of the child, young person and whole family.