Kate Middleton dressed her baby bump in a sunny yellow Emilia Wickstead dress for an outing at the Buckingham Palace Garden Party
Kate Middleton and her burgeoning baby bump brightened up a gloomy day in London yesterday, in a sunny yellow Emilia Wickstead coat.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore the £1,600 number to the annual garden party at Buckingham Palace, joined by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Proving her pregnancy style credentials once again, Kate Middleton was the centre of attention in the long sleeved, collarless creation, which she teamed with her favourite nude heels, pearl drop earrings and a Jane Corbett hat.
A firm favourite with the Duchess, Kate has worn dresses by the British design darling Wickstead on several occasions.
Earlier this year, the royal stepped out in a custom-made, empire line dress during a variety visit to The Art Room, while the shamrock green coat she wore on St Patrick’s Day was also of Wickstead’s design.
Kate Middleton also wore one of the designer’s dresses to the Buckingham Palace garden party last year – a pretty pink pleated dress that she had debuted just two weeks previously.
During the day, heavily pregnant Kate looked smiley and relaxed as she chatted to guests in the Queen’s back garden.
Giving off a pretty, pregnancy glow, Kate wore her long brunette locks in her favourite loose, half up, half down ‘do, and had assistant Rebecca Deacon and two royal protection officers at her left side throughout the day.
Yesterday, Prince William joked there would be ‘sleepless nights’ on the way, after Kate Middleton’s baby is born on July 13.
Speaking to Corporal Josh Boggi, William said he couldn’t wait to meet the little one, and is ‘very much’ looking forward to the birth.
He added: ‘All the mothers have been looking at me, “just you wait, just you wait. Long sleepless nights”.’
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