Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton went solo in her most recent royal engagement. Pictured: Middleton smiles during a dinner at the Royal Palace with Prince William, Duke of Cambridge on day 3 of their visit to Sweden and Norway on Feb. 1, 2018 in Oslo, Norway. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Kate Middleton is not slowing down with work even if she's just a few weeks away from her due date.

On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out alone and traveled to Pegasus Primary School in Oxford, which is about 50 miles northwest of London. Middleton visited the school to learn more about the charity, Family Links, People reported.

Family Links empower children, parents, families, schools and workplaces to enjoy positive emotional health. The charity works by delivering innovative and high-quality training to schools and universities.

Middleton arrived at the school and saw a 9-month-old baby girl. The pregnant royal was charmed with the little one so she stopped and had an adorable interaction with the baby.

For the said visit, Middleton met a number of parents and learned how Family Links help and support their families. Prince William's wife also joined a class where students were encouraged to share their thoughts on a range of topics like how to support a classmate being bullied or how to cope with a stressful situation.

That's not all; Middleton also attended a roundtable discussion about the importance of supporting a family during a child's early years.

In related news, the royal fans are betting that Middleton is due on St. George's Day. Bookmaker Ladbrokes have given it 10/1 chances. Meanwhile, its competitor Betway has 5/1 odds.

"It would be such a wonderful coincidence if Kate was to give birth on St George's Day, and patriotic punters have forced us to cut the odds on the newest member of the Royal family entering the world on April 23rd," said Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes.

Meanwhile, if the new addition to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's family will come at a later time, it might coincide with the other scheduled celebrations in the royal family.

Prince William and Middleton's seventh wedding anniversary is on April 29. Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte will turn 3 years old on May 2.

At the time, Middleton has still two royal engagements on her calendar. On Wednesday, she is set to visit the Place2Be's new headquarters in London to officially open it. On Monday, she will join Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.