The royal, who is expecting her third child in April, showed a tiny baby bump during a visit to Reach Academy school in West London, which has a partnership with Place2Be, a children's mental health charity for which she is the royal patron.
Sure, Meghan Markle may have worn a messy bun that threw people into a tizzy - and she even flew economy to celebrate New Year's Eve with Prince Harry - but she's not the only relatable member of the royal family. She was given a brief tour of the school, which teaches pupils aged four to 18, before talking with Place2Be staff and a group of secondary school pupils. Online: "She will be spending the day privately". One child then offered her a bouquet of flowers as she met teachers and parents, and offered a helping hand with a painting class. And in Brixton earlier this week, she donned a stunning salt and pepper coat by Canadian brand, Smythe, teaming it with an M&S jumper and a pair of Burberry pants.More news: New Diet Coke Flavors Bow to Millennial Whims
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A student held the fluffy pup proudly as Middleton, an outspoken advocate for mental health, presented him with the award. The art history graduate has a well documented passion for photography and recorded George's first day at Montessori and publicly released a number of pictures taken of her children over the years for special occasions. It's just a quiet celebration at home. Is she the most stunning Princess the Royal family has ever seen?