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Duchess Kate made a revelation about a long-kept family secret before taking maternity leave

Apr 11, 2018
08:30 P.M.
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The expectant royal mother gave a sneak peek into her family just before going on maternity leave.

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According to All Cute All the Time, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, who was expected to give birth to her third child on St. George's Day, may give the world the good news earlier than anticipated.

One of her last public appearances was at the Commonwealth Big Lunch where Middleton helped prepare food. She revealed that she loved to involve her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, in culinary activities.

4-year-old George and 2-year-old Charlotte, who are excited to welcome their new sibling this month, enjoy to make the pizza dough. Middleton revealed that her children enjoy the activity as it makes their hands messy.  

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Whenever any news about the monarchical family makes way into the media cycle, they are exposed to the whole world. It seems that everyone knows every minute detail about their lives.

Her latest pregnancy is one of the most followed stories all across the globe. Currently, Middleton is on maternity leave with her staff available at her beck and call for any signs of labor.

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This revelation made by Middleton was very relatable to all her fans and followers. It showed how passionate she was to spend some quality time with her children with activities filled with a lot of fun and adventure.

Middleton is known to make her public appearances memorable by presenting herself in the most graceful and dignified manner. After all, she is the new generation of the monarchy that people look up to.

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The month of April is a very special month for the doting mother-of-two. She will be delivering her third child in this month and will also be celebrating her seventh marriage anniversary with Prince William on April 29.

The couple has not declared the gender of the baby yet. However, the royal baby's birth will mark one of the most celebrated moments in the royal family before the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.   

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