Sing to the new baby, Oxford schoolgirl advises Duchess

Sing to the new baby, Oxford schoolgirl advises Duchess

Upon her arrival to the school, Her Royal Highness was noted to have been pleasantly surprised and amused by the attention from a rather young regal fan by the name of Tillie.

Kate's digits appeared to be the same length as she clutched on to her black purse.

The Duchess looked serene in a lacy royal blue A-line dress as she waved to a crowd of happy well-wishers. 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.

He continues "Meghan has an nearly perfectly shaped nose with a 98.5% score, her eye position is exactly right and her gorgeous V-shaped chin is far more classically lovely than Kate's".

The Duchess is visiting Pegasus Primary School in Oxford where pupils, parents and teachers are part of an innovative charity programme to support emotional health and wellbeing.

On her visit to the school, Kate will meet parents to hear more about how their families have overcome challenges with the support of Family Links.

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However, Prince William's wife is not the only high-profile figure with odd hands.

Kate Middleton wearing brown suede heels.

At the event she opened up about the impending birth, joking that her husband, Prince William, is "in denial".

The Duke of Cornwall is often seen tucking them away in his jacket to keep them from public view.

The publication claims the royal couple will welcome their bundle of joy "on or around" St George's Day on Monday, April 23rd. Joyce Mobeka presented her with the book - addressed to "Prince George, Princess Charlotte and the New Royal Baby" - and said: "You've had the practice of singing to your kids".

"The one thing that is certain though, if it's a boy he won't be called George!"