When celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the transportation network in England, Kate Middleton was given a ‘baby on board’ pin, proving she’s just like us!
Just because she’s a Duchess, doesn’t mean she can’t ride the tube! Kate Middleton showed off her excellent sense of humor on Mar. 19 when she joined Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh at the underground station at Baker Street.
Looking stunning as usual in a blue coat by Danish designer Marlene Birger, the Duchess of Cambridge was spotted laughing when given a “Baby On Board” pin by Howard Collins, London Underground chief operating officer.
“I’ll make sure I wear it at home,” she told Howard, according to The Daily Mail. “‘Kate said ‘Oh yes, I’ve seen this before.’ She used to travel on the Tube so she probably saw them then. She asked me ‘How do they work?’ and I said they’re fantastic, they really do make a difference – saves men the embarrassment of having to guess if a woman is pregnant.”
“She asked so many great questions of the staff and seemed really interested in our work,” Howard said.
Train To Be Named After Queen Elizabeth II
Also at the anniversary was Queen Elizabeth II. She inspected a 1892 carriage and the S7 trains — which will be named after her. Looking classy as usual, she wore a tweed dress and matching coat by Karl Ludwig and an Angela Kelly hat.
We’re so happy that the Queen is feeling healthy again after she came down with a stomach bug earlier this month.
— Emily Longeretta
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