April 22, 2013

Kate Middleton shows off baby bump in Mulberry coat (VIDEO)

She is six months pregnant but the Duchess of Cambridge continues to eschew traditional maternity wear.
Kate Middleton attended the National Review of the Queen's Scouts for the first time in place of the Queen.

The 31-year-old, who honoured the high achievements of hundreds of Scouts at Windsor Castle on Sunday, wore a mint cotton Mulberry coat that is currently on sale for £1,750.

The Duchess teamed the designer jacket with her favourite nude LK Bennett heels and the tan-coloured fascinator by Whiteley that she has sported on several occasions.

Many women at the same stage of pregnancy have long since ditched their normal clothes in favour of more comfortable maternity styles.

However, since announcing that she was expecting a baby in July, the stylish Duchess has been pictured in a string of high street and designer clothes.

The Duchess of Cambridge, showing visible signs of pregnancy, meets scouts during the National Review of Queen's Scouts at Windsor Castle in Berkshire
Despite choosing a standard sized jacket, she looked distinctly pregnant, her relatively small baby bump clearly visible.

It was unclear whether her jacket had been tailored to accommodate her changing shape.

The tradition of the annual celebration event within Windsor Castle dates back eighty years

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