Published: Mon, October 16, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Kate´sa right good mover, says Paddington Bear after impromptu royal dance

Kate´sa right good mover, says Paddington Bear after impromptu royal dance

There are over 30 organisations involved in the Forum, which consists of charities William, Kate and Harry work with as patrons and other organisations they support.

Just last week the Duchess of Cambridge debuted her baby bump at her first public appearance since sharing the big news, and on Monday morning, she followed that up with a surprise second appearance at London's Paddington Station.

Despite her morning sickness, the duchess has been slowly making her way back into the spotlight.

William, Kate and Harry boarded the British Pullman to talk to the youngsters before the train took them on a journey through the English countryside.

While every Kate sighting is a treat, this one was especially so: because Kate danced-yes danced-with Paddington Bear, the beloved children's book character.

A Kensington Palace spokeswoman had said that Kate, 35, is "better but she's still suffering".

All three Royals, joined by actor Hugh Bonneville, mingled with the stars from the cast of the movie ahead of its release on November 10, which stars Hugh Grant, Julie Walters and Peter Capaldi.

Middleton couldn't stop laughing as she shook hands with the Paddington Bear mascot.

The impromptu ballroom dancing-style exhibition happened as Kate, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry waved off a group of children from the station, as they embarked on a day trip in a vintage carriages pulled by a steam locomotive.

The event continued beyond the platform as the royal trio boarded the Belmond British Pullman train and joined more than 100 children representing numerous charities they support.

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