Look back at Kate Middleton's most iconic looks and there's a sea of navy, royal blue, red and the occasional emerald dress, but it seems she's turned over a colourful new leaf since falling pregnant.
The more her baby bump has blossomed, the braver the Duchess has got with her colour choices.
It all started with the Windsor Castle Scouts ceremony, where she gave a nod to British design in a mint-hued coat by Mulberry, accessorised with nude clutch, L.K. Bennett Sledge heels, and her obligatory fascinator.
Onto the National Gallery to celebrate the work of The Art Room and another home-grown label was on call, as Ms Middleton showed off any icy-blue Emilia Wickstead cocktail dress complete with empire waist to accommodate the growing Royal baby bump.
Later in the same week and she donned a peach-hued Tara Jarmon coat for her visit to Naomi House Hospice in Hampshire, with her bump protruding under a custom-made taupe shift dress. Ever the keen recycler, the Duchess of Cambridge completed her look with the same LK. Bennett heels and matching clutch she wore in Windsor.
For her latest appearance at the Queen's summer garden party she's gone brighter still in a canary-yellow Emilia Wickstead coat, worn with the same cream hat by Jane Corbett that she donned back in 2011. Nude heels and matching clutch by Russell & Bromley added the final flourishes.
With two appearances still ahead before Kate takes her maternity leave we're sure she has some more colourful tricks up her sleeve
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