March 20, 2013

Pregnant Kate joins Queen on the Tube at Baker Street Station (VIDEO)

Keeping warm: The five-months pregnant Duchess of Cambridge kept warm in a thick coat and black gloves. Steps off a brand new tube train at the busy station in London
Baby on board: Pregnant Kate joins Queen and Prince Philip on the Tube at Baker St to mark London Underground's 150th anniversary


The Queen looked like she was back in good health as she made her first public engagement since falling ill nearly three weeks ago.

Accompanied by the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Philip, the Queen seemed to be showing the future Queen the ropes as they stepped out in London.

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Expectant mother: The Duchess of Cambridge shows the badge to Prince Philip during their visit to the station
Taking a trip to Baker Street tube station, the royals were marking the 150th anniversary of the London underground.

The Duchess wrapped up warmly in a short teal coat and black hat as she made her third public engagement with the Queen.

The Duchess of Cambridge laughed when she was presented with a Baby On Board badge during a visit to Baker Street and promised to wear it at home
The Duchess of Cambridge was told the badge saves men the embarrassment of having to guess whether a woman is pregnant or not and can simply offer them a seat on the Tube
The Duchess of Cambridge, right, accompanied Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, to Baker Street underground station
The Duchess of Cambridge is given a tour of tube carriage displaying its next stop as Buckingham Palace
The Duchess of Cambridge's light brown hair was styled in loose curls with one side tucked behind her ear
Kate paired a rather short teal coat by Marlene Birger with a jaunty black hat, thick black tights and four inch heels

The Duchess of Cambridge said she missed taking the tube while visiting Baker Street Station

The Duchess of Cambridge, right, follows Queen Elizabeth II, left, and Prince Philip, center, as they arrive at Baker Street underground station
Members of the public and press gathered around the station to watch the royal family leave

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