Fortune teller predicts Kate Middleton's royal wedding long before it happened

  • Fortune teller predicts Kate Middleton's royal wedding long before it happened

Fortune teller predicts Kate Middleton's royal wedding long before it happened

The Duchess of Cambridge praised a children's mental health charity for leading efforts "to give every child the very best start in life" as she opened its headquarters. 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 Duchess is visiting Pegasus Primary School in Oxford where pupils, parents and teachers are part of an innovative charity programme to support emotional health and wellbeing.

While on the visit, Kate had several in-depth conversations about the support Family Links was providing.

While the exact due date is not known, Kate is expected to give birth in late April with the Sun newspaper reporting that Kate and Prince William are working towards an April 23 date, which happens to be St. George's Day. In addition to the birth of Kate's third child, this autumn will also mark the royal nuptials for Harry and his girlfriend, Meghan Markle.

HRH was also presented with a book of lullabies as a gift for the coming royal baby whose due date is only weeks away.

Passer-by Gill Sanders said: "She's just lovely, isn't she?"

"Indeed he will", the fortune teller said.

11-year-old Jodie Brackett was one of the children who explained what role Family Works has in the school. The character tells Middleton that: "Soon [she] will marry a handsome man, a rich gentleman".

The duchess was dressed in a Marlene maternity cocktail dress by Seraphine, an outfit she wore during a recent visit to Norway with William. You don't think about it so much.

"I was like 'what is she going to say?' And I was practising for everything", she said. The Duchess has impeccable style - and the last wedding she was a guest at was her sister Pippa's nuptials to husband James Matthews in 2017.