18 October, 2017
Kensington Palace have confirmed the Duchess of Cambridge is due to give birth in April 2018.
Pregnant Kate Middleton is simply glowing.
At the end of their dance, Paddington, ever the gentleman (or should we say gentlebear), kissed Middleton's hand to bid her aideu.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third royal addition will arrive in April 2018, Kensington Palace confirmed on Twitter Tuesday.
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Kate, who is still suffering from morning sickness, was not previously announced to be attending but it appears the Duchess was well enough to step out.
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Her appearance at the iconic London train station alongside husband William and brother-in-law Harry came as a surprise to onlookers as they joined cast members from the new Paddington 2 movie at an event involving children from the charities they support.
The former Kate Middleton had announced she was pregnant after missing a royal engagement in September. "Hope the Duchess is doing well with her morning sickness".
Kate also attended a Buckingham Palace reception on October 10 to mark World Mental Health Day. The Duchess was forced to put on a smile and play along even though she's been feeling miserable at home with her pregnancy.
Either way, the new arrival will be fifth in line to throne, bumping uncle Prince Harry down to sixth.