Since its first appearance after the announcement of her pregnancy, Kate Middleton went on official events.
When a woman from the Child Bereavement UK charity asked Prince William about Catherine, he said, "She is feeling much better".
The Duchess may have towered above the famous bear but they moved in time together and Paddington even twirled Kate around as the dance ended.
Pregnant Kate Middleton may be suffering from acute morning sickness, but that didn't stop her grinning from ear to ear as she stepped on Platform 1 at Paddington station in London today (16 October).
On Monday the expectant mother, Prince William, and Prince Harry paid a visit to Paddington Station in London, where none other than Paddington Bear himself greeted the royals.
Wearing a pink Orla Kiely dress, Kate looked lovely as she arrived at Paddington train station to meet the cast and crew from the movie Paddington II, including Hugh Bonneville.
Kate's shoes, which are now sold out, looked gorgeous with her dress, which featured an embossed floral applique motif, dotted all over the design, and boasted a contrasting black-waist detail and a defined round-necked collar. The two girls told her they are helped by Place2Be, a mental health charity that provides in-school support for children and has Kate as its royal patron.
The Royal trio were waving off youngsters who had received support and care from charities, as they boarded a vintage steam train headed for a day trip.
She was also suffered from it during her pregnancies with George and Charlotte. At the end of the engagement, William, Kate and Harry waved off the Belmond British Pullman as it departed Paddington and journeyed through the English Countryside.