Prince William and Kate Middleton Had a Rather Rebellious Week

Prince William and Kate Middleton Had a Rather Rebellious Week

She's just weeks away from welcoming her third child, and Kate Middleton shows no signs of slowing down - even getting a tattoo during her latest public outing.

"She was lovely", Janney said about the Duchess of Cambridge.

Wearing hard hats, goggles and high visibility jackets, William and Kate tightened a couple of nuts on the £117 million infrastructure project aimed at helping with the regeneration of the city. "She smiled, I'm sure it was fine", added the actress.

When Kate Middleton or Meghan Markle wear something, it sells out nearly immediately.

Janney spilled: "Of course, I meet Kate first, and she's my height, I'm standing there and I realise I don't have my shoes on".

"It's taken quite a toll", the source said.

Prince Harry's fiancé, who now lives in Nottingham Cottage, is trying her best to help her soon-to-be sister-in-law. The former Suits star reportedly often drops by to visit Middleton for a cup of tea or a chat.

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Church leaders said past year that they hoped to tear down the Sutherland Springs, Tex., church where a gunman killed 26 people. Parch said the administration at her school vowed to join students in similar demonstrations in the future.

'She shares tips she's read about healthy eating, ' continues the source.

Well, it seems like there is not a one-way communication happening between the two ladies.

Come late April - when she's set to welcome her third heir - Kate will have more helpers in waiting. Apparently, she often visits Kate during the day in order to feel a sense of normalcy.

Though Janney, who stands at six feet tall, said Middleton, 36, is "lovely", she also shared another cringe-worthy moment of the exchange.

There have been increasing reports suggesting the two women are constantly supporting each other and this has led to the strengthening of their bond.

The new bridge will help reduce congestion around the city, speed up vehicle journeys and allow land along both sides of the River Wear to be regenerated and developed.

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