Kate Middleton: “Baby On Board”

The Queen & Kate Middleton Visit Baker Street Underground Station

Mom-to-be Kate Middleton made an official visit to Baker Street Underground Station to mark the transport network’s 150th anniversary on Wednesday (March 20) in London, England.

Joined by Queen Elizabeth, the Duchess of Cambridge looked lovely in a blue Marlene Birger coat and black beret. The perfect accessory to her stylish ensemble? A “Baby on Board” button, which the expectant mom received from the Underground Station staff.

“I’ll make sure I wear this at home,” a laughing Kate said as she was handed the badge, emblazoned with the London Underground logo.

Common-born Middleton rode “the tube” daily when she worked at clothing retailer Jigsaw.

“I used to travel on the tube on a regular basis,” said the royal mom-to-be. “I miss travelling on the Tube.”

Kate and Prince William expect their first child in July. The baby will be third in line to the British throne.

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  1. A:

    Well, look Kim K. this is how a CLASSY woman looks like & act. She’s absolutely beautiful!

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  2. Anonymous

    This woman is married to the future King of England. Kim K isn’t, so she NEEDS to be trashy to get attention.

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  3. Whould nut in you quick kate bounce thoughs nice tits around pound that tight ass till its gaped titty fuck your nice tits nut all over your face

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  4. Want to pound you bad nut all ovet yotill you cant take any more and in side you kate till i knock you up

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    • Kate

      You are a misfit of society and I am certain your family is very ashamed they brought you into this world. You are beneath humanity.

      Reply
  5. Kate

    Kate looks so gorgeous and her skin is just beautiful. I hope I look half that good if I ever get pregnant.

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