The 36-year-old Duchess showed off her baby bump when she arrived at Pegasus Primary School in Oxford wearing a Jojo Maman Bébé coat. Yet somehow, Kate's done just that throughout her entire third pregnancy.
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.
Today, Middleton paid a visit to the Pegasus Primary School in Oxford, England, to learn about the work of the children's charity Family Links.
The Daily Mail article also went on to make overstated inferences on "digit ratio", the difference in length between the index and ring fingers studied in correlation with many disease risks and personality traits.
A long index finger also correlates strongly with a lower risk of early heart disease, and, in women, a higher risk of breast cancer and greater fertility.
It is part of a project with charity Family Links which works with schools in the United Kingdom on emotional health.
Kate, who is expecting her third child in April, is the Royal Patron of Place2Be and launched Children's Mental Health Week last month as part of her ongoing campaign to raise awareness of the psychological impacts of addiction, poverty and abuse on children living throughout the UK.
If the royal baby does arrive on the feast day, it could reignite calls for 23rd April to become a public holiday.
The bride-to-be came the closest to scoring 100 per cent based on the "golden ratio", which is said to reveal "perfect" physical beauty.