Pregnant Kate Middleton Dances With Paddington Bear Alongside Prince William, Prince Harry

Prince Harry and William

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".

But then she turned the tables by choosing a baby pink dress for her day with Paddington, leaving everyone back to square one as to whether we'll get a new prince or princess! What was really cute was that the Duchess also shared a dance with none other than Paddington Bear!

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge say their third child will be due in April.

Media speculation on Kate's exact due date reached fever pitched in the final weeks of her previous pregnancies and will no doubt have royal fans on the edge of their seats again come April.

Do you think the new royal baby will be a boy or a girl? A royal aide added, "The Duchess is feeling much better but she has still not fully recovered".

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


Today, the 35-year-old royal appeared at London's Paddington Station where she was set to meet some of the kids connected to the charities she supports.

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

Now that the date of their third child's arrival has been confirmed to be in the spring, it's likely that Kate will be in her second trimester when the pair make the trip.

Either way, the new arrival will be fifth in line to throne, bumping uncle Prince Harry down to sixth.

The Duke and Duchess, who married in 2011, already have two children - Prince George, born in July 2013, and Princess Charlotte, born in May 2015.

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