Duchess of Cambridge: I can feel my baby moving all the time

20 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Kate Middleton: The Duchess looks radiant in baby blue as she visits charity.

Pregnant bundled up her baby bump in an adorably classic ensemble for three back-to-back stops in the London neighborhood of Kensington on Monday, Jan. 19.

Ryan’s mum, Tracy Samuels, sheepishly presented the Kate with the bouquet of white lilacs and nistercians as her son buried his face in the folds of her clothes.A bashful two-year-old tries to run away and hide after being overcome by an attack of shyness while presenting flowers to Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge He had spent all weekend practising for his big moment presenting a bouquet to the Duchess of Cambridge, but when two-year-old Ryan Dixon came face to face with the Royal guest, he had a sudden attack of shyness. First, Middleton, 33, headed to a coffee meeting with Family Friends, a volunteer organization that helps befriend and mentor families in the more deprived areas of London. The Duchess had been attending a coffee morning in west London with volunteers and beneficiaries of the charity Family Friends, which provides year-long mentoring programmes for vulnerable families that are struggling to cope.

Wearing a £99 maternity dress by Seraphine and a £195 pale blue coat from the same brand, she stepped out of her car at 10am and was greeted by excited staff. As the Duchess left, Ryan, one of only two children at the event, was called forward but it quickly became clear he was daunted by the task as his mother tried to coax him along.

Over breakfast, she met with some of the families benefitting from Family Friends, as well as the volunteers who provide both practical and emotional support to those families. From there, Middleton headed to help formerly open the Kensington Aldridge Academy, a school designed to help children from poorer areas succeed via education and the performing arts. Miss Samuels, who works as a care team supervisor at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, home of the Chelsea pensioners, is a veteran of royal occasions, having the Queen, Princess Royal and Countess of Wessex when they have visited her workplace. The students also sang the Duchess the school song—half-panicked, she did tell the principal with a laugh, “I thought you were going to ask me to sing then!”—and they gifted Prince George, 17 months, with an xylophone. She went on to her second engagement of the day, opening a new school, where the theme continued as a baby burst into tears on being introduced to her.

Mrs Benson said: “It has been fantastic – it’s like giving birth twice.” During her tour of the school the Duchess met children in reading groups, including one 11-year-old girl reading a book called How To Avoid A Wombat’s Bum. After visiting one classroom for a geography lesson, the Duchess visited another where the pupils were learning history. “What is your favourite school food?” she asked them. “Fish and chips,” replied one boy. Excited to discuss her royal encounter, McDonagh added, “I told her I hoped it was a girl, but she said she doesn’t know yet,” Martina said afterwards. “She said it was moving around a lot.” Before heading back to the palace, the Duchess received one last present for baby Prince George: an inflatable duck float. White was being driven around the lot in a golf cart when an assistant asked her, “Is today your actual birthday?” As White was driven up to the set, she was met by the cast and crew doing the hula. “Everyday on set, Betty is greeted by her assistant with a hula – today’s hula dance was a very special surprise in honor of her 93rd birthday!” TV Land wrote in a caption accompanying a video of the surprise.

Finally, the three main Hot in Cleveland stars, Valerie Bertinelli (Melanie), Jane Leeves (Joy), and Wendie Malick (Victoria), emerged as the group shouted, “Happy birthday, Betty!”

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