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Kate Middleton got taken for a ride today. Literally.
The Duchess of Cambridge made an appearance on Wednesday at the Baker Street tube station to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the London Underground.
Unsurprisingly, the pregnant royal looked stylish as ever in a teal coat and elegant black hat.
The mom-to-be was joined by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip at the station, where the three took time out to meet with various staff members. They were also taken to see the inside of the 1892 Metropolitan Railway Jubilee Carriage No. 353, which is the oldest operational carriage there.
Later during the visit, the duchess was presented with a badge that read, appropriately enough, "Baby on Board."
Middleton is certainly keeping busy as she awaits the stork's arrival. On Tuesday, she and Prince William paid a visit to the Child Bereavement U.K. headquarters.