We love tracking Kate Middleton’s maternity looks, not only because they’re polished and regal but also because they play to her signature style.
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The duchess knows just how to straddle the line between appropriate and exciting and is well aware of exactly what works for her.
Her latest look, which she wore to the St. Patrick’s Day parade over in Aldershot, England, was definitely classic Kate — a dark Catherine Walker coat, a brown hat, and a simple pair of pumps — save for one standout detail: a brooch made entirely of shamrocks. Leave it to this royal lady to nail St. Patrick’s Day chic like a true style savant.
But this A+ outfit isn’t the only one that’s caught our eye as of late. Read on to see this mama-to-be’s look in full, then keep scrolling for more of Kate’s maternity style highlights, many of which are bolder and better than ever before.
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Kate Middleton flaunted her baby bump in a navy Chiara wool trapeze coat by Beulah London ($968) at the Afghanistan Service of Commemoration, accessorizing with navy pumps and a bow-embellished clutch.
Kate completed her ensemble with sapphire stones: her earrings, dainty necklace, and engagement ring made for the proper finishing touch.
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Kate was glowing as she descended the stairs in her stylish monochrome look.
Kate accessorized her JoJo Maman Bébé Cream Princess Line Maternity Coat ($103) with her go-to Mulberry clutch, black pumps, and her sapphire engagement ring to visit the set of Downton Abbey.
Kate completed her feminine, springtime ensemble with dainty diamond earrings and smartly added a bit of contrast with her sapphire engagement ring.
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Kate Middleton played up the floral print of her Seraphine dress ($179) — which she’s worn once before! — with a bouquet of flowers when she visited the Emma Bridgewater factory.
Kate completed her look with her sapphire earrings and engagement ring and an L.K.Bennett clutch.
Kate took off her Max Mara coat when she visited the Action For Children’s Cape Hill, cradling her baby bump in her floral Seraphine dress, which retails at $179!
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Once inside, Kate revealed an Alice Temperley boat print dress ($113). It’s no surprise the breezy shift is already sold out — Kate looked lovely in the quirky print.
Once inside, Kate took off her coatdress to reveal a demure three-quarter sleeve Florrie floral dress, also by maternity label Seraphine.