Pregnant Kate Middleton Shows She Knows How To Make Kids Smile While Visiting Primary School
The Duchess of Cambridge, who is expected to give birth to her third child next month, visited the Pegasus Primary School in Oxford to find out more about the work of charity Family Links.
Watch: Tillie, 9 months, gets a royal wave from Princess Kate and sends an enthusiastic one back. Kate has just arrived at Pegasus Primary school in Oxford pic.twitter.com/PfK3dwOZtx
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Family Links is a national charity that is aimed to empower children, parents, families, schools, and workplaces to be emotionally healthy.
The 36-year-old Kate wanted to see how the charity works with schools nationwide and provides support to children and parents.
Pregnant Kate looked stunning in a cream JoJo Maman Bebe coat as she was greeting children, who came to school with dozens of flags.
A nine-month-old baby girl was partially happy to see Middleton as the duchess gave her a royal wave, which made the little Tillie very excited.
The duchess also met parents to learn more how the Family Links helped them overcome challenges and listened to kids about their experience at school.
Kate told them:
Keep up the hard work. It was very nice to meet you as well. Good luck. Say hi to your mums and dads.
11-year-old Jodie said to the duchess that his grandmother was excited to hear she was coming to the school and told her that he will say hi to the royal:
She should be very proud of you, so well done.
Recently, there have been many rumors that Kate might give birth on St. George’s Day on April 23. The new royal addition should arrive just before his uncle Harry and Meghan Markle get married on May 19.
The gender of the baby is still unknown, but chances are high that it will get a very traditional name, just as his (or hers) little brother and sister.