Kate Middleton looked gorgeous in a peach outfit while making a visit to Naomi House children's hospice in Hampshire, to mark Children's Hospice Week.

The 31-year-old pregnant Duchess chose to spend her second wedding anniversary working, and wore an apricot-coloured Tara Jarmon coat and a peach dress by a private dressmaker.

Kate was presented with a bouquet of flowers by eight-year-old Sally Evans from Salisbury, Wilts, who suffers from spinal muscular atrophy.

"Sally wished her happy anniversary and said how nice it was she chose to come and see us today. Kate said 'thank you," Sally's mother, Sara Evans, told Us Weekly.

The Children's Hospice Week 2013, which ends on 3 May, is organised by the national charity Together for Short Lives, the UK's only charity week for children with life-limiting conditions and the services that support them.

Professor Khalid Aziz, chairman of trustees at Naomi House, also wished her on the second wedding anniversary, and was presented with a picture of the Hungry Caterpillar made of cotton.

"It's especially special that you came here today because today is a very special day two years ago to the day, you were in a slightly larger building then this one - probably not having quite as much fun," he said, adding, "But you did it very well we were all totally enthralled. I just hope Prince William is taking you somewhere nice tonight.

"Congratulations on your wedding anniversary and we thought we'd give you something not only to say thank you for being here but something to commemorate your anniversary because it's on cotton and possibly something that you might be able to use in the nursery.

"In case you can't see it it's the hungry caterpillar and it's been made by the children at Naomi House."

Almost two years ago, billions of people around the world witnessed Kate Middleton and Prince William exchanging vows in a fairytale wedding at Westminster Abbey.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visits the Naomi House children's hospice in Sutton Scotney, southern EnglandReuters
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with staff and children in the hydrotherapy poolReuters
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with a child during her visit to the Naomi House children's hospice in Sutton Scotney, southern EnglandReuters
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with a child during her visit to the Naomi House children's hospice in Sutton Scotney, southern England April 29, 2013.Reuters
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with children during her visit to the Naomi House children's hospiceReuters
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with Sally Evans, aged 8Reuters
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, speaks with a woman on stiltsReuters
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, smiles as she leaves after visiting the Naomi House children's hospice in Sutton Scotney, southern EnglandReuters
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, greets school children as she leaves after visiting the Naomi House children's hospice in Sutton Scotney, southern EnglandReuters