The visit was to help Kate learn more about the charity group Family Links, which works closely with schools all over England to support the mental health and children and their parents.
With Kate's due date looming ever closer, and now a matter of weeks away, the final preparations for her third child's arrival are said to have been confirmed.
It is part of a project with charity Family Links which works with schools in the United Kingdom on emotional health.
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Fintiklis then sat down at the hotel's piano in its lobby and played a song that included the lyrics, "Fascism will not prevail". In court filings, the Trump Organization called Fintiklis' effort a "design to wrongfully seize control over the hotel property".
Kate took part in a discussion during her visit, met with students at Place2Be's partner schools, and unveiled a plaque to commemorate the occasion.
Emelia Robertshaw, 11, Jodie Brackett, 11, and Zhara Gathenya, 10, told the duchess about their experiences at the school. Kate replies, to which the fortune teller says, "Indeed he will".
"Catherine has said she would love to have her baby at home", said a royal source reportedly told the Express.
Jodie said his nan was so excited to hear Kate was coming to the school she nearly cried, and he told the duchess: "I'll tell her you said hi". The Duchess of Cambridge is under scrutiny, with tabloids and internet trolls calling her hands "very unusual", because almost all of her 10 fingers might be the same length.
"It wasn't as nerve-racking as you think it would be because she's just a normal ordinary person like everybody else".
When the fortune teller confirms that he will, she asks: "And marry me?"