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Pregnant Kate Middleton has revealed that she can feel her baby moving. On a visit to Grimsby on Tuesday, a wellwisher asked, "How is the baby? Is it moving?" Kate replied, "Yes, very much so." Prince William's wife didn't let her admirers down and looked stunning in a chestnut brown Celeste wool coat from Hobbs. The piece is a staple of Kate's wardrobe, and continues to be part of her maternity wear. The coat was teamed with a pretty patterned dress from London high street label Great Plains. She completed her look with trademark black suede court shoes and a matching
King Juan Carlos is being supported by his family as he recovers from successful surgery on his spine. The Spanish royals, including Crown Prince Felipe and his wife Crown Princess Letizia, have all rallied around the monarch's hospital bedside as he recuperates at the Milagrosa hospital in Madrid. The king, 75, underwent a three hour-long operation on Sunday for herniated discs in his lower back. The palace announced the surgery had "proved entirely satisfactory". CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY First to visit was his son Felipe and daughter-in-law Letizia. The couple were pictured leaving the hospital after spending time with
Scroll down for video Could Kate Middleton have let slip that she is having a baby girl? When a well-wisher in Grimsby gave Kate a gift of a teddy bear on Tuesday, the pregnant Duchess replied, "Thank you, I'll take that for my d... " The local resident, named Sandra Cook, quickly asked, "You were going to say 'daughter' weren't you?" "No, we don't know yet," said Kate, quickly correcting herself. When pressed further, the blushing royal said, "We're not telling." CLICK ON PHOTO FOR GALLERY The Duchess' unguarded moment means betting house Ladbrokes have drastically reduced the odds on the baby being a girl. Spokeswoman