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.
She may be a little late but the Duchess of Cambridge is all smiles as she is greeted by the people of Grimsby.
Calendar has been speaking to some of those waiting to see the Duchess of Cambridge. And they all agree it is a day to remember for Grimsby. Hear what they have to say.
The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived in Grimsby to a rapturous welcome from crowds of well-wishers. Many clutched teddy bears and toys as a way of congratulating Kate Middleton on her pregnancy.
The Duchess of Cambridge may be running late with her visit to Grimsby .... but it has not dampened the party atmosphere there. Crowds are already lining the streets - can you spot yourself or your children in the first of our many pictures from the big day?
The Duchess of Cambridge has been delayed en route to Grimsby today due to thick fog, a Palace official said. A spokesman said Kate would be an hour to 90 minutes late for her visit due to the weather affecting flying conditions.
She was due to arrive in the North East Lincolnshire town by helicopter for 11.35am. Crowds have already gathered to see Kate, who will tour Grimsby's fishing heritage centre and meet jobless young people on a Prince's Trust scheme.
Last minute preparations are underway in Grimsby ahead of the Duchess of Cambridge's visit tomorrow. Thousands of people are expected to line the streets of the North Lincolnshire town to welcome the Royal visitor.
The descendants of King Richard III have demanded that his remains are reburied in York.
The monarch's 500-year-old skeleton was identified earlier this month after it was uncovered during an archaeological dig at a council car park in Leicester last year.
It is due due to be re-interred at Leicester Cathedral next year despite campaigns to bring them to York.
But today, nine of Richard III's descendants said they believed the king, the last monarch of the House of York, would have wanted to be buried.
In a statement they said: "We believe that such an interment was the desire of King Richard in life and we have written this statement so that his wishes may be fully recognised and upheld."