If the marriage between Meghan Markle and prince Harry is a lot of talk about him on the web, the other great event of the royal family is the pregnancy of Kate Middleton, who will soon give birth to her third child with prince William!
Could it be that both Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton predicted their own royal futures?
If the third royal baby arrives later then the speculated April 23 due date, it's possible the birth could coincide with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's seventh wedding anniversary on April 29. Yesterday (6 March) she visited Pegasus Primary School in Oxford.
With the temperatures starting to rise following recent storms in the United Kingdom, she opted to wear a white coat and no tights for her school visit, where she learnt about the charity, Family Links - which provides support to pupils, parents and teachers. The collection of poems and such were written by the children of the school.
Kate became patron of Place2Be - the leading United Kingdom provider of school-based mental health support - in 2013 and is passionate about the cause.
A group of children from year 6 told Kate about their first hand experiences with the charity and how it had taught them to speak openly about their emotions.
Emelia Robertshaw, 11, Jodie Brackett, 11, and Zhara Gathenya, 10, spoke to her about life at the school.
Jodie explained that the children have discussions at school during Circle Time so that they can open up.
"It wasn't as nerve-racking as you think it would be because she's just a normal ordinary person like everybody else".
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