The Duchess of Cambridge showed off her royal baby bump at a royal public event.
Kate Middleton celebrated Commonwealth Day along with her husband, Prince William, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and the Queen at Westminster Abbey.
Middleton chose to wear a blue dress and coat by Beulah. She also wore a hat by Lock and Co.
Town & Country suggested that the blue dress might be a sign that she and Prince William are expecting a baby boy. Their third child is expected to be born in April 2018.
As for Markle, she wore a dress and coat by Amanda Wakeley and her hat was designed by Stephen Jones. The event, considered as an official royal engagement, was the first time she had attended with the Queen.
Express revealed that the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Prime Minister also attended the Commonwealth Day service.
The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, was not present during the event since he has already retired from his public duties and responsibilities.
In 2017, Prince William sparked criticisms when he was absent from the service because he opted to join his male friends at a skiing holiday trip in Verbier.
Following the service, Prince William, Middleton, Prince Harry, and Markle attended a private reception with the people involved in the event.
The Queen puts the Commonwealth in a special place close to her heart since it has been a major part of the span of her reign from. She gives a big deal to the family of nations.
As for Prince Harry and Markle, they have pledged their commitment to the Commonwealth and its people after they both mentioned the institution in an interview about their engagement.
Prince Harry mentioned that he and Markle are excited to travel around the Commonwealth and to meet the people from the 53 member states.