Kate Middleton covered her baby bump in a white coat for a visit to the offices of Child Bereavement in Saunderton, Buckinghamshire, with her husband, Prince William, today. The royal couple is meeting with the charity's staff as well as families involved with the Bereavement services. On her way to the official visit, Kate was given a teddy bear by a small bystander, which she graciously accepted, perhaps on behalf of the royal baby on the way. This isn't the first time Kate has been presented with a stuffed bear. When she accepted a similar gift during a visit to the National Fishing Heritage Center earlier this month, Kate almost gave away the sex of her first child, saying, "I'll take that for my d . . ." before catching herself.
Although she is growing more pregnant by the day, Kate has been keeping up her official duties. Over the weekend, Kate and Will celebrated St. Patrick's Day by attending a holiday parade in Aldershot, England. At the parade, she divulged more information about the birth of the royal baby, due in July. Kate reportedly told guardsmen at the festivities that she is hoping for a boy while her husband wants a baby girl. She has another official appearance scheduled this week with a volunteer training day at the Great Tower Scout Camp set for Friday.