While Middleton's performance is a little over-the-top, her timing's not bad, and she appears to have the audience on board, who laugh in all the right places.
For example, it was noted by scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research that men whose index fingers are longer than their ring fingers are significantly less likely to develop prostate cancer.
In a close second was the Duchess of Cambridge, who scored 86.8 per cent.
"It is most likely that she will be trying to fit in as many engagements as possible before the due date, and make up for the time she was unwell and unable to attend some of her previous events", the source reportedly stated.
Besides being an eerily accurate predictor of Kate's future as a member of the royal family, the footage has all the charm of any school play, with the duchess seemingly at ease on stage in her long white dress and flowered hair pieces, totally going for that exaggerated stage whisper.
A Harley Street doctor has revealed that royal bride-to-be, Meghan Markle, is the most attractive female royal according to science.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 36, stopped by the Pegasus Primary School to support a charity that promotes emotional health and wellbeing.
For the said visit, Middleton met a number of parents and learned how Family Links help and support their families.
Years later, on April 29, 2011, Kate walked down the aisle with Prince William.
It was earlier claimed Kate may give birth on St George's Day, giving the nation a patriotic boost. Joyce Mobeka presented her with the book - addressed to "Prince George, Princess Charlotte and the New Royal Baby" - and said: "You've had the practice of singing to your kids". "Prince George has already taken that one".