Pregnant Kate Middleton has to hide her misery as she is being forced back to work despite her battle with extreme hyperemesis gravidarum. Mahira, who described the royal encounter as "mind-blowing", said: "I asked her what's it like to be a princess, because I'd like to be one, and she said her favourite thing was meeting special people like us".
The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her dancing skills as she enjoyed a twirl with Paddington Bear on Monday.
Kensington Palace announced Kate's pregnancy on September 4 when she was forced to cancel a planned engagement as a result of hyperemesis gravidarum.
Kate suffered so badly when pregnant with Prince George, now four, that she was hospitalised and reportedly put on a drip to ensure she got the right nutrients.
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Thankfully, however, she appears to be on the mend and joined husband William, 35, for a charity event at Paddington Station in London on Monday.
Kate also attended a Buckingham Palace reception on October 10 to mark World Mental Health Day. May the rest of her pregnancy progress easily-and quickly, because we can't wait to meet baby number three.
Will it be a boy or a girl?
Congrats to William and Kate!