Kate Middleton is understandably nervous about giving birth to her first child ... which pretty much proves she's not a personality-less breeder, right?
The Duchess of Cambridge spoke frankly with fellow expectant moms during a visit to London's Hope House, Action on Addiction on Tuesday.
In Middleton's first official event following her babymoon in Mustique, she talked about her pregnancy with two recovering women in an art therapy class.
One woman at the rehabilitation center, 28-year-old Natalie, is currently expecting her second child, which is due this July, like Prince William's wife.
"She was saying she had been unwell but is feeling better now and I have been about the same. We were all talking about children," said Natalie of their chat.
Recovering alcoholic Lisa, a mother of three, asked Middleton the obvious.
"I asked her if she was nervous about having a child and she said 'it would be unnatural if I wasn't. It's just human, isn't it?'" Lisa told reporters of her chat.
"I said congratulations and good luck and I hope it all goes okay. And she smiled. It was that nice she just chatted to us," said another woman she met with.