Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge braves cold in Oxford weeks before baby three

Kate Middleton is expected to give birth in April

Kate Middleton is expected to give birth in April

That's right. The Duchess of Cambridge - who's already had her toes, baby bump, and bandages dissected and scrutinized by the media - is now under fire for her fingers.

Photographs taken of the pregnant mother-of-two indicate that, unusually, the central three fingers of her hands are nearly the same length, the Daily Mail reported.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, stopped by the Pegasus Primary School to support a charity that promotes emotional health and wellbeing.

People with relatively long index fingers have also been found to be more likely to suffer from schizophrenia, allergies, eczema and hay fever.

The Duchess met with parents of the school as well as a lively first graders, where she proceeded to take part in a roundtable discussion.

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The charity integrates emotional health support into pupils' education at the school, and their entire families are supported through a range of workshops.

The Duke and Duchess, who are parents to Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two, haven't yet revealed if they know the sex of their third child. However, royal watches are predicting that the baby could be born around St. George's Day on April 23 - meaning we could be meeting the newest member of the royal family in around six week's time.

At present, today's visit to the Place2Be headquarters in Clerkenwell, London, is the last recorded diary event for Kate in the royal calendar.

The Duchess has been rolling out previous maternity outfits for this pregnancy and has shown up at many royal enagements wearing ensembles we've all seen before.

Dr. Desilva says "Meghan has lovely facial symmetry and gets closer than any other princess to having what the Greeks considered the ideal face".

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