- Kate Middleton, 35, and Prince William, 35, are expecting their third child
- The baby is due in April 2018, and the sex or name have yet to be revealed
- The Duchess of Cambridge has been attending a select number of public events as her pregnancy continues and her morning sickness gets better
Tuesday 14 November 2017: 8:48am
Last time Kate was out on an engagement, she concealed her baby bump using a trick she often employs throughout her pregnancies.
Rarely seen without a clutch bag, Kate uses it when pregnant not only to hold over her bump, but also as a way to avoid shaking hands.
Myka Meier, the founder of Beaumont Etiquette, told Good Housekeeping the Duchess holds her bag in front of her in both hands when shaking hands might be awkward.
Tuesday 14 November 2017: 7:52am
The Duchess of Cambridge will visit Family Action in London today, a charity that helps families in difficult or challenging situations.
They also help adults suffering mental health issues, something Kate is very passionate about.
Tuesday 14 November 2017: 6:44am
Kate’s visit today comes after a busy weekend for the young royal.
She attended the Royal Festival of Remembrance alongside the Queen on Saturday night.
Prince William and Prince Harry did not join her, although all three were out together the next day to watch as Prince Charles laid a wreath at the Cenotaph to honour Britain’s war dead.
Monday 13 November 2017: 5:58pm
As one of the most photographed women in the world, Kate knows how to look her best, and there is one trick she uses to ensure she never takes a bad photo.
Having to look impeccable is part of her role – with rules on how she must sit and what she can and cannot wear.
Part of Kate’s signature look is her thick, glossy hair, which is always seen in a bouncy blow dry or intricate updo.
And a source has revealed she makes time to get it camera-ready a whopping three times a week.
Monday 13 November 2017: 4:47pm
Kate has learned to follow many aspects of royal protocol since her wedding to Prince William in 2011.
One of these is the way she sits, which is surprisingly dictated by the royal family.
Looking back over photographs of the Duchess it is noticeable she always sits in the same way.
Prince William’s wife will always keep her legs firmly together and slanted at an angle, with her ankles touching.