UK's Prince William and wife Kate say baby expected in April

Posted October 20, 2017

The Duchess - whose due date was revealed this week to be April 2018 - looked radiant as she kept warm in a black roll neck beneath her jacket, shielding her blossoming bump from view.

On Monday, Prince Harry, 33, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 35, met Paddington Bear at the cuddly character's namesake train station in London, England.

The Duchess' outing comes just days after Kensington Palace confirmed that she and William - who already have four-year-old son George and Charlotte, two, together - will welcome their third child into the world in April.

The royal couple announced on September 4 that they are expecting their third bundle of joy.

The Duchess was lovely in a blue double-breasted Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini blazer, paired with a pair of black trousers, black suede booties with chunky heels and Kiki McDonough laurel leaf earrings. She had to cancel many official engagements as she was suffering from severe morning sickness, like with her previous two pregnancies.

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As before, the coming of the mother of prince George and princess Charlotte of Cambridge had not been scheduled nor announced: "She is doing better and wants to do as much as possible, but it decides day to day what she is capable of doing", commented a staff member of the royal city by the site of the Hello magazine. She was not giving much away though, with the double breasted blazer, with gold button detail, sitting loosely over her belly, over top of a black polo neck top, and her black fitted trousers making her look as trim as usual. But she's taking it day-to-day in deciding what she can do'.

The royal trio were spotted watching some practical skills before they attended the graduation ceremony where Baroness Karren Brady, who is the vice-chairman of West Ham United, gave a speech alongside Coach Core chairman Ed Wray.

Coach Core says it has seen excellent results from the programme, with 98 per cent of its graduates now being in full-time employment or education, and 80 per cent retain strong ties with their employers and continuing to engage in community sport.

There is also a chance that the birth of the baby will coincide with the Royal couple's anniversary on April 29 if the newest prince or princess arrives later in April.

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