Sing to the new baby, Oxford schoolgirl advises Duchess

Posted March 08, 2018

As The Daily Mail pointed out, most people's middle fingers are noticeably longer than their index and fourth fingers, causing surprise when Middleton was photographed with her three center fingers looking nearly identical in length.

Kate Middleton and Prince William are certainly one of the most stylish couples in the public eye.

Adding a little bling to her elegant look, Kate opted for diamond hoop pearl drop earrings from British jewelry designers Annoushka and Kiki McDonough.

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But since the early days of her pregnancy Kate has appeared the picture of good health, making numerous trips all over the country both alone and with her husband Prince William.

Kate, who is expecting her third child in April, is the Royal Patron of Place2Be and launched Children's Mental Health Week last month as part of her ongoing campaign to raise awareness of the psychological impacts of addiction, poverty and abuse on children living throughout the UK.

Kate Middleton wore this blue lace Séraphine dress on March 7.

Kate met with parents to hear how their families overcame challenges with the help of Family Links. Her sapphire engagement ring provided another pop of color, while Annoushka drop pearl earrings completed the ensemble.

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Prince William and Middleton's seventh wedding anniversary is on April 29.

Like Prince George and Princess Charlotte, Kate and William have reportedly decided not to find out the gender of their baby, The Sun also reports.

A royal source has said: "There's no certainty with due dates of course but the Duchess is working off a date around St George's Day and it would be a lovely patriotic coincidence if he or she were born then".

"The one thing that is certain, if it's boy he won't be called George!"

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