But in the meantime, the Duchess of Cambridge is making sure she keeps busy by still tending to her royal duties.
Kate will visit Hope House in London on Feb. 19 — her second official appearance since becoming pregnant.
The 31-year-old supports the facility’s program, Action on Addiction, which helps women recover from substance abuse.
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On Jan. 11, Kate and William attended a private viewing of the duchess’ first official portrait at London’s National Portrait Gallery. Her first official appearance was at the Sports Personality of the Year Awards in London on Dec. 16, where she presented alongside David Beckham.
As Life & Style first reported, the brunette beauty is due in July.
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“Obviously I’m thrilled for both of them,” Kate’s brother-in-law, Prince Harry, recently said. “It’s about time. I can’t wait to be an uncle.”
And we can’t wait to meet the royal baby!