Kate Middleton made another public appearance on Tuesday when she revealed the latest development in her pregnancy.
Nearly six months along in her pregnancy and displaying her slight baby bump, the Duchess of Cambridge visited Grimsby, England.
Although her helicopter was delayed due to fog, the Duchess of Cambridge was greeted in the seaport within Lincolnshire by legions of adoring fans.
One admirer had the chance to chat with Kate and asked if the royal baby had been moving or kicking, reported Us Weekly.
"She said, 'Yes, it is. Very much so,'" revealed Bobbie Brown speaking to the magazine about Tuesday's visit.
Another Middleton fan, Paula Rampling, complimented the Duchess for spending a lot of time greeting children.
"You can tell she'll be a good mother," said Rampling. "She's not missed out one kid. She's lovely."
As for her hour-and-a-half delay, St. James Palace explained, "There are a number of factors taken into consideration when it comes to royal engagements."
"It depends on what the member of the royal family is doing before or after and how long the journey takes. It was decided that the most suitable way to travel to Grimsby was to come by helicopter," the palace official told reporters.
During Tuesday's visit, the 31-year-old royal recycled a chocolate-colored Hobbs coat she has worn several times before, further proving that her pregnancy has not yet affected her style. Middleton paired the crepe wool coat with black suede heels and a floral dress, according to The Mirror U.K.
The pregnant Middleton is embarking on what is known as a "royal day away" where she will make three visits that are fit into just one day in a particular area, according to Daily Mail. She visited the National Fishing Heritage Centre and will see the Peaks Lane Fire Station, all before officially opening the Havelock Academy secondary school.
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expect their first child in July.