Pregnant Kate gets 'Baby on Board' badge during tube visit
LONDON (AP) - Thoughtful workers on London's subway system Wednesday gave the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge a "Baby on Board" badge - in case she ever needs to ask commuters to give up their seats for her.
That's not likely to happen, but the former Kate Middleton nonetheless received the badge in good humour, holding it against her coat and joking that she would make sure to wear it at home.
Kate was visiting London's historic Baker Street station - known for its link to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes - for an event marking the 150th anniversary of the city's sprawling subway system, known as the Tube.
She was joined by her grandparents-in-law Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II, who was attending her first public engagement in more than a week following her hospitalization for a stomach bug.