The radiant Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, says she forgets she's even pregnant sometimes. Yes, apparently it feels as easy as she makes it look.
At least once she gets past the brutal first trimester. Kate's been ransacked by morning sickness hardcore with both kids, so she earned a reprieve!
Still, you can just see women across the world shaking their heads when they see Kate, still slender even into her eighth month, and hear her comments.
Before royal baby no. 2 even arrives, Kate Middleton already has her hands full with her (now walking) son Prince George, who keeps her on her toes.
Kate is expecting in April, and on Wednesday, made some of her final public appearances at the Turner Contemporary Art Museum and Resort Studios.
Prince William’s gorgeous wife, who has a degree in History of Art from the University of St. Andrews, visited some of the artists and students inside.
When congratulated about her soon-to-arrive baby by one student, Middleton was spotted gently stroking her stomach and replying, “Not long now!”
She chatted with architect Tamsin Landells and her husband Tim Ratliff about her 19-month-old, telling them she has to “chase after him” as he runs.
When local resident Jenny Cranstone told Kate Middleton she looked “very trim” for her eighth month, she replied, “I sometimes forget I’m pregnant.”
“I had five children, and I know how good she looks!” Cranstone told reporters later of the almost impossibly beautiful and fashionable Duchess.
“We both had a good laugh,” she adds. Sometimes it's all one can do.
In addition to chatting about the royal heir and future little one, Kate also showed her sense of humor, inquiring about artist Gavin Turk’s facial hair.
“She immediately asked me about my beard and joked that she was a bit concerned as her brother [James Middleton] was growing one,” Turk said.
“She asked me how much care I needed to take of it and whether I had to oil it. She seemed quite fascinated. She was really nice, very personable."
"Particularly," the Middleton fan adds, "under the circumstances.”
A third-trimester meet-and-greet isn't going to faze her.