The royal continued her pregnancy style parade in a mint coat that proudly showed off her protruding bump
Kate Middleton and her baby bump made a very stylish arrival on Sunday as the Duchess of Cambridge wore a mint Mulberry coat complete with floral-shaped gold buttons that added an element of fun to the formal attire as she met with scouts at Windsor castle.
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While the royal carried out her official engagement the event was also an excuse to show off her growing baby bump, that appeared significantly larger on this occasion.
To work with her coat Kate Middleton wore a large smile as well as performing another style re-run, wearing her much-loved nude L.K. Bennett heels and a brown fascinator by Whiteley as well as holding a small clutch bag.
Duchess Kate, who is a volunteer with the Scout Association was met by Chief Scout, Bear Grylls, before she handed out medals to scouts who had been awarded for bravery and heroism in their everyday lives. They were honoured with the Queen’s Scouts award – the highest accolade that they can obtain.
The scouting celebration is an annual event that has been taking place for 80 years and is usually hosted by the Queen. This year however, Kate Middleton stepped in to allow the head of the monarchy to celebrate her 87th birthday privately.
Despite the Duchess being six months pregnant she’s a busy week of charity commitments ahead of her, on Wednesday she’s to visit the National Portrait Gallery as well as attending a conference at the Harry Potter exhibition on Friday before she spends time at a children’s hospice next week.
We hope she factors in some time to rest too!
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