The Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise visit to see off children at Paddington Station

The Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise visit to see off children at Paddington Station
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Today, the pregnant Duchess Catherine made a surprise visit to Paddington Train Station to attend a children’s charity event with Prince William and Prince Harry.

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The event was organized to see off some special children on a special journey from the charities supported by the royal trio. Today’s event was hosted by BAFTA through their programme BAFTAKids a charity supported by The Duke of Cambridge on board the Belmond British Pullman train.

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The surprise appearance was Catherine’s second one after the announcement of a third pregnancy. The Duchess of Cambridge is still recovering from morning sickness but Kensington Palace remarked, “The Duchess is better, but she’s still suffering”.

The royal trio was joined by the cast and crew of the upcoming film Paddington2.

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Catherine who is expecting her third baby was in a fit of laughter as the Paddington bear charmed her and welcomed her with a kiss on the hand.

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Prince William was a charming and attentive husband as he enjoyed the visit with Catherine and his brother Prince Harry. William was amused while The Duchess enjoyed a twirl from the life-size bear.

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Catherine, William, and Harry met the children and the charity representatives, and young guests on board.

The Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise visit to see off children at Paddington Station
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The Palace spokesperson described the event as “a unique opportunity for members of Their Royal Highnesses’ Charities Forum to nominate some of the children they support – many going through difficult times in their lives – for a special trip aboard the train”.

The Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise visit to see off children at Paddington Station
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Before leaving they waved off Belmond British Pullman as it departed Paddington Station to journey through the English countryside.

The Duchess of Cambridge made a surprise visit to see off children at Paddington Station
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Today The Duchess of Cambridge wore an Orla Kiely raised flower fitted dress from the label’s Autumn-Winter 2013 collection. The colour of the dress is described as tea rose.

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The £139 dress has a fitted bodice and a slim sleeve and pencil shape skirt. The dress falls just below the knee with a lower back neckline. The dress came with a detachable black contrast fabric belt and the same details on the neckline.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore Orla Kiely Raised Flower Fitted Dress
Orla Kiely Raised Flower Fitted Dress

Catherine accessorized the outfit with black pumps and a clutch. She wore a new pair of black suede block-heel pumps. Giulia on Twitter identified the pumps. They are Tod’s suede calf leather pumps crafted in Italy with sturdy block heels and an arch to a streamlined pointed toe. Pumps are available at MyTheresa for $335.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore Tod’s Suede Pumps
Tod’s Suede Pumps

The Duchess of Cambridge was carrying her black mulberry clutch and finished her look with Kiki Mcdonough White topaz and Diamond Cushion Drop earrings and her Cartier Watch.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore Kiki McDonough White Topaz and Diamond Cushion Drop earrings
Kiki McDonough White Topaz and Diamond Cushion Drop earrings

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