Prince William and Catherine expecting baby in April 2018

The Duchess who had been suffering with severe morning sickness was on top form as she chatted away

Publishing pictures on its official Twitter account, Kensington Palace said, "Many of the children on today's journey are going through hard times in their lives".

Kate and William, both 35, announced that they were pregnant back in September - but as they didn't confirm exactly how far gone Kate was, the due date remained unclear.

Looking happy and healthy in a pink dress, the beaming duchess even enjoyed a dance with a lifesize Paddington Bear, suggesting she's feeling much better.

At the time, she was said to be suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, severe levels of nausea and vomiting, a more serious health risk than the morning sickness many women suffer during early pregnancy. "Hope the Duchess is doing well with her morning sickness".

Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate confirmed on Tuesday that their third child will be born next April.

The duchess was affected by the same condition during her two previous pregnancies.

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Kate's pregnancy was announced by the Palace last month.

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

Pregnant Catherine joined her husband, Prince William at Paddington station in London for a charity event in conjunction with the new Paddington bear film.

Will it be a boy or a girl?

The baby, due in April, will be the couple's third - joining Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two.

The new baby will be the fifth in line to the throne, with Prince Harry - the child's uncle - being pushed into sixth.