In a speech to mark the launch of the new building, Kate highlighted the work Place2Be has been doing in training and guiding counsellors based on the evidence and experience gathered from the organisation's frontline work. Although her exact due date remains a secret, some have suggested it could have a very special significance if it lands on the 23 April because of St.George's Day.
If it remains this way, it means it's her last engagement before heading on maternity leave, which she normally goes on around one month before her due date.
The publication claims the royal couple will welcome their bundle of joy "on or around" St George's Day on Monday, April 23rd. If you're not convinced this is obviously the most prophetic school play ever performed, the name of the man teenage Kate's character would eventually fall for and marry was William. It is understood that Kate will be under the care of obstetrician Guy Thorpe-Beeston who helped her deliver Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The duchess told them: "Keep up the hard work".
During her visit, HRH was able to view first hand the results of good education commenting briefly how impressed she was by the children's speech and communication. The royal arrived wearing a cream wool coat from JoJo Maman Bébé's maternity line that showed off her baby bump. Later this year she also has another exciting wedding - Princess Eugenie will be marrying long term love Jack Brooksbank, also at Windsor Castle, on 12 October.
While Middleton's performance is a little over-the-top, her timing's not bad, and she appears to have the audience on board, who laugh in all the right places.