Kate Middleton Dancing With Paddington Bear Is The Most English Thing Ever

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

For proof, she was accompanied by surprise, the princes William and Harry on a mission Monday, 16 October 2017 and was offered a dance well swaying with the Paddington bear in london station of the same name!

But now she's making up for lost time! The statement number featured 60s-inspired black piping on the neckline and waist and possibly alluded to the sex of her third child with Prince William.

At the station, the royal trio met with children who are "going through a hard time in their lives".

The former Kate Middleton arrived at the famous rail stop in a pale peach-pink dress by designer Orla Kiely featuring a subtle tone-on-tone floral pattern, and she wore her hair down with shoulder-sweeping curls.

The duchess, who has been unwell with severe morning sickness since announcing she is pregnant with her third child, was at Paddington Station with Princess William and Harry.

As fans of the British royal family may already know, Kate is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, an affection that she has battled during her previous two pregnancies as well.

The impromptu ballroom dancing-style exhibition happened as Kate, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry waved off a group of children from the station, as they embarked on a day trip in a vintage carriages pulled by a steam locomotive.

The Duchess of Cambridge takes a spin with Paddington Bear.

The children are all supported by the Royals' Charities Forum, a collection of charities that the princes and the duchess sponsor.

Her husband said the duchess was "feeling much better" while a royal aide said she is "better, but still suffering". They twirled together on platform one of the station.

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