The British are quite jealous of their royals, watching their every move and celebrating with them every milestone of their royal life. So the birth of the daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton was accepted by the UK with great cordiality. We’ll just observe Kate’s style and take note of what you can look good in at different stages of pregnancy. In the end, the royal person is dressed by experienced stylists.
Back in November 2012, when rumors of pregnancy were only the speculation of curious journalists, the Duchess stepped out in an elegant white coat with a thin belt from Max Mara.
In January 2013, Kate Middleton visits the National Portrait Gallery in a cherry-colored chiffon dress by Whistles. A wide sash at the waist completes the retro look.
In the spring at the races in Cheltenham, the Duchess appeared in a coat by Joseph and a hat by Lock & co.
A little later, Kate came out in a blue coat from Malene Birger. A black hat completes the look.
In late spring, the Duchess wore a silk dress with a bright floral pattern from Erdem. It should be noted that this is not the best solution for Kate. The print looks frankly old, and not stylish, in addition, the dress itself at that time makes the future mother a little older.
But the dress in pale blue from Emilia Wickstead, when visiting the National Portrait Gallery in April, looks very impressive and creates an extremely cute and touching image.
The Warner Brothers studio tour was done in a Topshop polka dot dress. And from Ralph Lauren, the Duchess put on a polka-dot tone jacket on top.
At the celebration in honor of the 60th anniversary of the coronation of Elizabeth II, Kate appeared in a dress from Jenny Packham. A lace dress with a high waist was worn under a light coat.
Kate’s highly unusual leopard-print outfit by Hobbs was chosen for the blessing ceremony of the Royal Princess, a cruise ship.
On the birthday of Elizabeth II, the Duchess appeared in a pink coat from Alexander McQueen. The dress was embellished with pearl buttons.