Kate Middleton : Baby bump well hidden for a second output surprise !

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It came just days after she danced with Paddington Bear at a special party for kids associated with some of the royals' charities and after she and William, both 35, announced their third baby is expected to be born in April.

Image: Britain's Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and his wife Princess Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge make their way to the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate to mark the centenary of Passchendaele, The Third Battle of Ypres, in Ypres, Belgium July 30, 2017.

Mother of two Kate made sure to cover up her bump on the chilly day in London, looking effortlessly stylish in a blue Balmain-inspired blazer featuring statement gold buttons by Philosphy Di Lorenzo Serafini, which retails at £760.

The Coach Core apprenticeship scheme was designed by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

She was an unannounced addition to the event alongside the royal brothers as they saluted 150 apprentices who've graduated from the royals' own mentoring programme. "It was obvious that the three of us, we firmly believe that sport can be a force too powerful to do good".

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Ms Murray stuck with the theme of West Ham - whose fans sing "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles", adding: "I was telling them to try bubbles as well".

"We felt confident that for many young people, at risk of falling through the cracks, as they left school, sport could be the answer to keeping them on track or change the course their lives were already headed. They have each been on a unique journey, created to build on their existing skills to equip them with the tools to be effective role models and mentors in their communities".

"Originally I wanted to be a personal trainer but there was nothing around where you didn't have to go to university and I didn't like that route", she said.

And what's a sports celebration without a little play time? "We know that our model at hand, which is to build a program on local partnerships to train coaches and put them back in the community works", he said, expressing their "incredible pride" to the young graduates.

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