There were a number of sightings of Kate at Birchanger Green service station in Hertfordshire yesterday.
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A number of popular stores are located in the area including Waitrose, WHSmith and Starbucks. It is a very convenient stop off for motorists wishing to purchase fuel and a quick snack for their journey.
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The next sighting of Kate was at a Church in Wandsworth where the Duchess reportedly attended a christening. As far as I know at this time there were no photos taken at the event. Many are speculating Kate may have been godmother.
During her final days as Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge dressed up as singer Cheryl Cole and performed her hit Fight For This Love for her friend according to Cheryl who discussed chatting with William and Kate after the Diamond Jubilee Concert in her autobiography.
'At the afterparty following the Queen's Diamond Jubilee concert in June, Wills said with a cheeky look in his eye 'Do you know you've got a bit of competition?' 'From who?' said Cheryl.
Wills looked at Kate and they both started laughing before Kate confessed that she dressed up as me on her hen night, in a body suit and split trousers and sang Fight For This Love.
She even learned the dance routine which was step perfect by all accounts, as her sister Pippa and brother James also came over and told me all about it'.
Given Cheryl's involvement with the The Prince's Trust, I would be inclined to think this story is true. It sounds like a very fun night indeed :) Cheryl's autobiography is available for £10 at Amazon.
Kate will join the Queen and Prince Philip on October 23 for a reception for Team GB athletes. From The Royal Blog:
'The reception is in honour of London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic stars, with all medallists among the 350 invited. It will be a very plush affair and there are a few athletes more than a little excited about the chance to see the inside of the Palace'.
It has been a year of tremendous sporting success for Team GB and it's a fitting way to honour them.