The Duchess of Cambridge isn’t letting her third pregnancy slow her down at all, as she made another glowing appearance alongside her husband Prince William.
Catherine shone out and completely stole the show as she opted for a striking bright pink coat as they visited Coventry on Tuesday.
Showing off a hint of her baby bump, the 36-year-old held a protective hand over it as she spoke with fans outside the cathedral. Flashing a beaming smile, she appears to have embraced pregnancy once again.
According to the Mirror, at one point Catherine spotted a 10-year-old boy who was feeling sick in the crowds, and offered him a comforting hand of support.
“Princess Kate came over and give him a sick bag, our little Craig,” Carole Flynn, a learning mentor at the school, told the site. “I think he was a little bit overcome.”
She added: “She [Catherine] asked if he was OK. She bent down, and was concerned.”
The Duchess has been recycling some of her favourite outfits over the past few months, and this time she chose the coat she was seen wearing twice during her pregnancy with Princess Charlotte. Why not keep wearing it, when it looks this good?
William remained close by his wife’s side, as they later went on to meet fans and students at the University, before finishing at Coventry’s Positive Youth Foundation. The foundation helps young people into more positive destinations with help in education, health, creative and social-engagement programmes.
The Prince looked just as smart in a suit and tie, before the pair stepped back to allow the young people to perform for them in a circle.
Meanwhile, it’s certainly not the first time the Duchess has recycled some of her favourite outfits. Just days ago, she made her first public outing of 2018 in a stylish blue maternity dress she was seen wearing during her last pregnancy.
Catherine was meeting school children at Reach Academy in Feltham, west London, at the time.
The school works with the children’s mental health charity Place2Be, a subject close to the Duchess’ heart, and she was met inside by pupils aged four-18 singing Nina Simone’s hit ‘I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free’.
According to the Mail Online, after watching the singing, Catherine told the school children she was “very impressed with the singing”, adding: “I wish every morning could start off like that.” One child then offered her a bouquet of flowers as she met teachers and parents, and offered a helping hand with a painting class.
Place2Be provides children’s mental health services to 282 schools in the UK, and the Duchess has been the royal patron for the charity since 2013.