Kate Middleton shows off baby bump
The Duchess of Cambridge shows off her bump during first public appearance of the year
Finally, the moment the world has been waiting for. Kate Middleton showed off her ever-growing pregnant belly on Tuesday during her first public appearance since the announcement of the royal pregnancy.
The New York Daily News reports that the Duchess showed off her mini bump at the Hope House in Clapham, a women’s addiction treatment center, where she spoke about charity Action for Addiction.
And just like her non-pregnancy style, we’re loving her look (as always). Middleton was glowing as she wore a gray Max Mara wrap dress, which ever so slightly revealed her little belly. This also marks the Duchess’ first public appearance of 2013.
We can’t wait to see what she wears next.
Tell us: Do you like Kate’s maternity style?
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Kate is lovely like any woman in her situation.
She is very sweet and will be a wonderful Queen that will represent the generation of the
21 century. I wish her a lot of happiness and joy. May love and wisdom always be with her
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