|The Duchess was wearing a white dress by the Australian designer Zimmermann|
First class delivery of children's palliative care is life changing.
When families are confronted with the shattering news that their children have a life limiting condition, their world can fall apart.
It is at those times that professional support is imperative.
|The Duchess during her speech at the children's hospice in Manly, Sydney.|
The sharing of best practice is transformational for organisations.
The needs of families requiring children's palliative care across the world are varied.
Circumstances and environment can differ - but the aim of those supporting them is the same - to offer the best and most loving care possible.
I am delighted that Bear Cottage and EACH are planning to be part of a 'community of best practice'.
|Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge unveils a painting received as a gift from patients and their families of Bear Cottage in Sydney|
If I may, I would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has welcomed me and George so incredibly warmly on our first visit.
To be here together as a family has been very special and we will always remember it with fond and happy memories.
Thank you for inviting us here and for such a generous welcome.
|The official number plate on the car used by the royal couple in Sydney.|