Kate Middleton steps out in public with Prince William for the last time ahead of delivering third baby
Kate Middleton may only be seen again by Royals enthusiasts at the Royal Wedding in May, as she makes her last public outing before she has third baby.
Kate Middleton may not be seen in public again until the wedding of her brother-in-law Prince Harry to his fiancée Meghan Markle on May 19. The Duchess made her last official public outing on March 22 as she prepares for the delivery of her third baby due sometime in April, though there are speculations that she could have her third baby anytime soon.
The Duchess of Cambridge and her husband Prince William had a packed schedule on Thursday, which was Kate's last working day before the arrival of baby number three. Prince George was born to Kate and Phillip in 2013 and Prince Charlotte in 2015.
All three of Kate's pregnancies have seen her suffering from a condition called hyperemesis gravidarum that is characterized as a severe form of morning sickness. Symptoms of the disease include possible dehydration as a result of severe nausea and vomiting that could also lead to weight loss. The Duchess had to cancel several official engagements due to her issues with the condition.
In fact, her schedule has been cleared up so that she can rest and avoid any other complications in the final month of her pregnancy. Her final working day was dedicated to events that celebrated the Commonwealth, a union of 53 nations that have a shared history of colonization by the British, PEOPLE reported.
The couple started off with a visit to Olympic Park in London, where they interacted with athletes who were under SportsAid, which provides British sports stars financial aid and recognition as they prepare for careers in sports. SportsAid also supports British athletes who seek to compete in the Paralympics.
Thursday's main event was a wheelchair basketball game that was witnessed by the royal couple, after which they met potential participants of the 2022 Commonwealth Games that will be held in Birmingham, England. The Prince was also spotted sitting in one of the wheelchairs designed for basketball matches. They even took part in a "Commonwealth Quiz" with some of the athletes as well as their coaches.
Kate and William then visited St. Luke's Community Centre in Clerkenwell in east London, where they helped prepare a meal along with locals and volunteers as part of this year's Commonwealth Big Lunch in a community café. The couple then interacted with some children from Chobham Academy who had visited the venue to welcome them.
Kate receives a posy from a little girl on the couple’s next stop of the day at a community center in Clerkenwell, London pic.twitter.com/p5cwoEAB5N— Simon Perry (@SPerryPeoplemag) March 22, 2018