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July 19 2018, 05:22 | Perry Erickson
The Duchess who had been suffering with severe morning sickness was on top form as she chatted away
A statement issued by Kensington Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to confirm they are expecting a baby in April 2018".
At the end of their dance, Paddington, ever the gentleman (or should we say gentlebear), kissed Middleton's hand to bid her aideu. As a matter of fact, the Duchess of Cambridge managed to look like she was enjoying herself as a playfully laughed with Paddington Bear in front of her fans with Prince William by her side.
Kate Middleton, pregnant and wearing a dress, Orla Kiely, let himself be swept into a dance by the Paddington bear on the platform of Paddington station, in London on October 16, 2017, at an event, the Charities Forum of which it was a part of with prince William and prince Harry.
Hugh spoke about the new children's film, saying: "Paddington gets into more marmalade scrapes, we have Hugh Grant as our baddie - who, I would like to reassure younger members of our audience, is not quite as scary as Nicole Kidman - and the Brown family are out on an adventure to clear Paddington's name".
Kensington Palace announced Kate's pregnancy on September 4 when she was forced to cancel a planned engagement as a result of hyperemesis gravidarum.
It's the first confirmation of the child's due date, after the royal couple were forced to disclose her pregnancy earlier than the usual three-month mark because of her severe pregnancy sickness. Is it nice to see Kate recovered from her morning sickness?
The baby will become fifth in line to the throne, behind big sister Charlotte, bumping William's brother Prince Harry further down the line of succession.