Duchess Kate gives it a twirl with dancing bear Paddington

Calvin Saunders
October 18, 2017

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.

Many youngsters wonder what it's like to be a princess, and on Monday (Oct. 16), the Duchess of Cambridge indulged two schoolgirls as she revealed her favourite thing about being a member of the royal family.

A statement on Twitter from the Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to confirm they are expecting a baby in April 2018".

Kate Middleton has stayed mostly mum since her third pregnancy was announced in early September - not out of choice, but rather due to her acute morning sickness known as hyperemesis gravidarum, which has kept her on strict bedrest for weeks.

Kate Middleton nearly always appears polished and poised when out in public, but that doesn't mean she can't let loose every once in a while.

Sure, Kate Middleton is pregnant, but it's not like she hasn't gone through with this before.

It was her first public appearance since announcing her third pregnancy.

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Just last week, the woman was at a Buckingham Palace reception, where she celebrated the people who work in the mental health sector.

At the end of their dance, Paddington, ever the gentleman (or should we say gentlebear), kissed Middleton's hand to bid her aideu.

Will it be a boy or a girl?

The new baby will join the couple's older children, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2.

The baby will become fifth in line to the throne, behind big sister Charlotte, bumping William's brother Prince Harry further down the line of succession.

Congrats to William and Kate!

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