It appears that Kate Middleton is just like any other regular commuter in London; well at least, for a moment.
The 31-year-old duchess, who is expecting her first child in July with husband Prince William, visited Londonâs Baker Street Underground Station, was accompanied by Williamâs grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. The royals were present at the premises to commemorate 150 years of service of Londonâs subway system, commonly called as the âTubeâ.
Kate, was also handed the âBaby on Boardâ badge by the Howard Collins, the chief operating officer of the by London Underground, according to The Mirror. The badge is usually used by pregnant women commuting on the Tube to make sure that they get a seat on the train and to avoid unnecessary gaffes for non-expecting women be mistaken for being pregnant.
Kate, before she became a royal, used to travel on the Tube regularly, said to Collins, that she will wear the badge at home and she really misses travelling on the Tube.
Earlier, Kate attended a St. Patrickâs Day ceremony on Sunday with Prince William where she presented the sprigs of shamrocks to the Irish Guards.