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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Malene Birger - 150th Anniversary of the London Underground

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was out again today fulfilling her duties with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, who were out in London today to celebrate 150 years of the city’s Underground.
The trio visited Baker Street Underground Station this morning, where they actually boarded a tube.

The Queen looked splendid, wearing a Karl Ludwig collarless cream outfit with a matching hat by Angela Kelly.

Meanwhile, the mum-to-be wore a striking teal Malene Birger coat dress – with black accessories, of course – but her best accessory was the “Baby on Board!” pin.

If she was treated like any of the other pregnant women I see wearing this pin on the tube, she would either be totally ignored, as other patrons don’t want to give up their seats, or she would, despite the pin, have to point out that she is pregnant in order to get a seat.

Yes, this really does happen.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Topshop & Goat - Child Bereavement UK Visit

As patrons of Child Bereavement UK, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited them in Saunderton, Buckinghamshire yesterday afternoon.

Known for her love of wearing pieces from Spanish retailer Zara, Catherine was finally on trend, wearing a black dress with a white contrast Peter Pan collar from British retailer Topshop.

Her prim short-sleeved frock, which had a touch of schoolgirl chic about it, was styled with black tights and black pumps.

The duchess arrived wearing a luxe Goat ‘Redgrave Summer’ cream collarless coat, which added yet more polish to her daytime look.

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You can buy Catherine’s Goat coat from Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Emilia Wickstead - St Patrick's Day Parade

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attended a St Patrick’s Day parade by the 1st Battalion Irish Guards as she visited Aldershot Barracks on Sunday in Aldershot, England with her husband, Prince William.

Showing – somewhat – her baby bump, the Duchess donned a forest-green coat dress by one of her favoured designers: Emilia Wickstead.

The coat, which she also wore on St Patrick’s Day 2012, was decorated with a shamrock brooch.

Sporting a rare and elaborate updo, the Duchess wore a black John Locke hat, which was also worn back in March, 2012.

Keeping herself warm on a cold and wet Sunday afternoon, Catherine wore a black turtleneck and black tights, completing her look with black gloves.

The highlight of the day was when one of Catherine’s heels got caught one in a grate and had to be rescued by her husband, while the officers continued to salute.

She carried off the incident gracefully and with a smile.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Hobbs - Grimsby Visit

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was visiting the National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby, England yesterday to meet young people who had turned their lives around with the help of the Prince’s Trust.

The Duchess, who is 21 weeks into her pregnancy, wore a Hobbs coat, accented with a narrow belt, over her barely visible bump.

This is not the first time she has worn this chocolate three-quarter-length coat, you won’t be surprised to know.

She first wore it on Valentine’s Day back in 2012, when it sold out instantly, and again on Christmas Day. This time she teamed it with printed dress.

Annoushka pearl earrings and black pumps completed her event-appropriate look.

I can see why Kate likes recycling this look so often. This is a great colour for her, plus the coat is doing a great job of concealing her baby bump.

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Catherine, Duchess Of Carmbridge In Max Mara - Hope House Visit

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge opted for a springtime look this afternoon on a rare sunny day in London for her first public engagement since returning from her family holiday to the Caribbean.

She visited Hope House in London, a rehabilitation centre for women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, wearing a Max Mara wrap dress with black pumps.

The grey jersey print dress with a v-neck, cross-over front and ruched waist conceals the baby bump we were eagerly waiting to see, which is still in the early stages.

Sporting a radiant mother-to-be or fresh-from-vacation glow, her enviable tresses looked even glossier than ever.

Gorgeous, glowing, married to a prince… I couldn’t be more envious.

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