Our gallery of the Duchess of Cambridge at events and occasions she has made appearances at. Today she is visiting Grimsby.
Descendants of King Richard III have demanded that his remains are reburied in York.
The remains of Richard III are likely to stay in Leicester according to Ladbrokes.
The final resting place of King Richard III should be decided by an independent committee, the MP for York Central has claimed.
The remains of the monarch were discovered in a car park in Leicester last year.
He is due be re-interred at Leicester Cathedral next year despite campaigns to bring him to York.
– Hugh Bayley MP (Labour, York Central)
King Richard III did a lot for York and the North of England and during his life made arrangements to be buried here. He was not well treated in Leicester after his death and I think his soul would rest in peace back in York.
It is dreadful that some people are still fighting the War of the Roses. We should seek reconciliation, wherever Richard is reburied. I want the Government to set up an independent committee to decide how, where and when the reburial takes place, and to involve both cities and people from both North and South.
The fight to make York the final resting place of Richard the third continues today. York Central MP Hugh Bayley will ask church leaders if they'll meet representatives from the city.
After the Duchess of Cambridge appeared to let slip that her unborn child would be a girl yesterday during a visit to Grimsby, new reports from the visit seem to suggest she had a second slip - calling the baby 'he'.
When the Duchess, who is five months pregnant, was asked by another well-wisher if her baby had been kicking, she replied "he" had.
During the visit the Duchess met locals including, Katy Forrester who told the Grimsby Telegraph: "I swear she said it was a boy."
She added: "I asked her if the baby had been kicking. I swear she replied 'Yes, he is, very much so' but no-one else heard. Either I misunderstood it or Kate is trying to confuse us all."
The Duchess of Cambridge may have revealed the sex of her baby during a visit to Grimsby, The Daily Telegraph reports.
After Kate was given a teddy bear, she said: "Thank you, I'll take that for my d..." but stopped before completing the sentence.
Sandra Cook, who was in the crowd near the Duchess, told the newspaper: "I said to her, 'You were going to say daughter weren't you?' and she said, 'No, we don't know.'
"I said, 'Oh I think you do,' to which she said, 'We're not telling.'"
There is no comment from St James's Palace.
The Duchess shared a laugh or two with a group of elderly people who proved they weren't afraid to speak to their minds!
The Duchess of Cambridge became Caring Kate as she took time out to talk to both young and old alike. She begged one elderly man not to get up to shake her hand and caused howls of laughter when one elderly lady told her she was waiting for her to be Queen.
"You'll be waiting an awfully long time," she replied.
The Duchess of Cambridge sits next to a dummy of the Ship's Mate at the Skipper's Table on display during her tour of the National Fishing Heritage Centre, Grimsby.