Kate graces the January 26th UK issue of HELLO! magazine this week, and the countdown to the new royal arrival begins.
A recent new book release written by author Gill Paul, telling the stories behind the real-life romances of Europe's Kings & Queens.
Featuring the romance of William and Kate, and Prince Rainier of Monaco and American actress Grace Kelly, and King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson.
Available from Amazon now priced £10.39
Kensington Palace announced today that it has joined Twitter, so now we can all keep up to date with all William, Kate and Harry's news and public engagements all in one place.
The Duchess of Cambridge will undertake a day of engagements in Kensington on Monday 19 January, it has been revealed. The Duchess will make three separate appearances in the borough, including opening the new £29.4 million Kensington Leisure Centre.
Kate is first scheduled to attend a coffee morning at Family Friends, a voluntary organisation providing befriending and mentoring services to families in deprived areas of the borough.
The Duchess will get an overview of the charity's work before joining families at the coffee morning and meeting some of the trained volunteers who work for the organisation.
For her second engagement Kate will formally open Kensington Aldridge Academy, a new school for pupils aged 11 to 18.
The Duchess will meet governors, staff and students before touring the new building andwatching part of a lesson. She will then watch a dance performance in the school's theatre and unveil a plaque before visiting the school's Creates Hub for young entrepreneurs.
Kate's whirlwind day will end with her formally opening Kensington Leisure Centre, a new development which replaces the former leisure centre where her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry had swimming lessons at school.
Kate will tour the facilities and watch groups of children from nearby primary schools playing various sports in the Main Sports Hall.
Her visit will conclude with a reception in the dance studio with speeches and the unveiling of a plaque.
The day will round off a busy couple of weeks for the Duchess, as she is confirmed to undertake a further two public engagements on Thursday 15 and Friday 16 January.
As part of her work as Patron of charity The Art Room, Kate will officially name The Clore art room at Barlby Primary School in London, before celebrating the dedicated work of foster carers at an event hosted by The Fostering Network the next day.
The Duchess of Cambridge will undertake her first two public engagements of the year in January, it was confirmed on Tuesday. In a series of tweets Clarence House confirmed that the Duchess will be undertaking two appearances on Thursday 15 and Friday 16 January.
Kate is first scheduled to visit Barlby Primary School in London on Thursday 15 January, where she will officially name The Clore art room as part of her work as Patron of charity The Art Room.
"The Duchess of Cambridge is Patron of @TheArtRoomUK which offers art as therapy toyoung people who are facing challenges in their lives" Clarence House tweeted.
The next day, Kate will "celebrate the dedicated work of foster carers" at an event hosted by The Fostering Network.
It will be a busy couple of weeks for Kate, as she celebrates her 33rd birthday on Thursday 9 January.
Kate holds a number of charitable patronages including Royal Patron of East Anglia's Children's Hospices, The National Portrait Gallery and SportsAid. The Duchess is also a volunteer for the Scouts Association and surprised children at one group in London when she paid them a visit back in December.
We would like to wish all our blog visitors a Happy New Year in 2015.
An exciting time to look forward to which will see the arrival of William & Kate's new baby, and a new brother or sister for Prince George.
The first upcoming book release being released in the New Year to mention the new royal baby, and is due for release appropriately in time for the birth of William and Kate's new arrival.
Called "The New Royal Baby" written by Timothy Knapman and available to Pre-Order from Amazon priced £6.99 ( release date : 16th April 2015)
It was really hard to find a copy of this book about Prince George's first year before Christmas but luckily my husband managed to pick me up a copy in the Boxing Day sale at Sainsbury's for only £2.99.
It's in hardback and is very similar in format to a yearly annual and has 84 pages and covers George's birth and christening, William and Kate's royal tour of Australia and New Zealand, and looks back to when William was George's age.