With her pregnancy style wowing at every event, what will Kate Middleton wear for the 60th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation?
One of the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite designers throughout her pregnancy has been Emilia Wickstead – and she's opted for the British-based designer to dress her burgeoning baby bump for her visit to the National Portrait Gallery and to the Queen’s garden party at Buckingham Palace.
Kate can also choose to be thrifty at times, and often recycles an outfit she's worn before. Given that the day is to celebrate the Queen, not Kate, it wouldn't be surprising to see the Duchess divert the attention from herself by opting to re-visit an outfit such as the mint cotton tweed coat from Mulberry's Spring Summer 2013 collection - worn at the Scouts event at Windsor castle.
Let’s not forget that Kate has also been championing the high street during her pregnancy wearing the likes of Topshop and Hobbs for public appearances.
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But for more formal events the Duchess has opted for designer coat dresses and we expect the visit to Westminster Abbey will be no different.
And with brights being firmly on her style menu, we're hoping to see Kate Middleton don some vibrant shades for her penultimate appearance before maternity leave. We love this dusty pink double breasted brocade coat from Red Valentino and can picture it just perfectly with her trademark L.K.Bennett heels, naturally.