Kate Middleton has been missing from the scene for a few months now. While various rumours started speculating the reasons for her absence, it now appears the Duchess of Cambridge is all set to resume her royal duties soon.
Amidst the third pregnancy rumours, the latest reports suggest that the mother-of-two is all set to get back to work as soon as next week, after being on a four-month maternity leave following the birth of Princess Charlotte in May.
According to the Daily Mail, Kate Middleton's busy autumn schedule kicks off next week with a visit to the Anna Freud Centre in London, a charity involved with children's mental health. She is also expected to attend an event that will be held in aid of the charity in October.
Besides, Princess Charlotte and Prince George's mother will attend several matches and events at the six-week Rugby World Cup at Twickenham, starting from 18 September. In fact, people are reportedly looking forward to her appearance with Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry at the opening ceremony of the World Cup.
The report further stated that she also has various joint engagements scheduled with Prince William in the coming months, including a trip to Dundee and North Wales. The report also highlighted that for the first time, the royal couple will be juggling between parental duties, royal events and the Duke's job as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
Apparently, the Duchess of Cambridge will be busy focusing on her royal duties, given that she has missed a lot in the past few months and has been criticised for the same as well.
Well, it looks like Kate Middleton, along with Prince William, will finally be making active public appearances and attending all her royal duties in the coming months.