Kate Middleton dances with Paddington Bear at charity event in London

Written by Neha Monga
October 18, 2017  

Kate Middleton, who is expecting her third child, made a surprise appearance at a charity event on Monday, where she was greeted by Paddington Bear at his famed namesake station.

The Duchess of Cambridge who is still suffering from the acute morning sickness arrived at London’s Paddington Station with her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry to see off 130 youngsters on a vintage train journey through the English countryside. The day trip was sponsored by some of the charities the royals support.

Kate who seemed to be in high spirits, indulged the fans by dancing and twirling with the giant Paddington Bear on the train platform before boarding the train.

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The trio then spent 45-minutes chatting with the children aboard the vintage Belmond British Pullman train, several of whom were survivors of the summer’s catastrophic Grenfell Tower fire, before seeing them off.

The Duchess of Cambridge speaks to children from the charities she supports onboard the Belmond British Pullman train at Paddington Station in London

Upon their arrival, William, Kate and Harry were all greeted by “Paddington 2”-star Hugh Bonneville and the producer David Heyman. The event comes ahead of the film’s November 10 release in the United Kingdom.

Watch the video of pregnant Kate dancing with the cuddly bear:


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