Kate Middleton visited Grimsby on behalf of the Prince’s Trust Charity which was founded by Prince Charles in 1976 to help young people. Grimsby, once the world’s largest fish processing center, is no longer flourishing and has a high unemployment rate.
On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Grimsby by royal helicopter 70 minutes late due to fog. Looking especially fashionable in a brown Hobbs coat, thin belt and black pumps, evidence of Middleton’s approximate 21-week pregnancy was hidden under her coat.
Kate was greeted by hundreds of people waiting in inclement weather outside the Grimsby National Fishing Heritage Center. Middleton was asked by one admirer in the crowd, Bobbi Brown, if the baby has been kicking or moving.
The Duchess of Cambridge reportedly responded:
"Yes it is, very much so."