Duchess Kate flaunts her significantly grown baby bump in all green for St Patrick’s day parade
Saint Patrick's Day is a very special occasion that draws thousands of people to the United States every year, mostly because of the amazing parades.
But the event is not just celebrated in Uncle Sam's territory. On Saturday, March 17, Kate Middleton graced the British people with a public appearance and fully dressed to impress.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in green and didn't let the fact that she is eight months pregnant stop her from rocking a recycled outfit, as reported by Closer Weekly.
The 36-year-old honored St Patrick's memory by appearing in a Catherine Walker emerald coat that she previously wore for the same event in 2017. Surprisingly enough, it still fit her.
Middleton is set to give birth some time around April, which means that her baby bump has grown quite a bit, but the Duchess managed to pull the look off nonetheless.
According to the source, the Art graduate completed the image with a pair of black tights, black pumps, gray gloves and an attention-grabbing Gina Foster hat that matched the emerald coat.
This wasn't the first time that Middleton appeared at the parade of the Irish Guards. She showed up three times to the event, and she was pregnant each time, maybe looking for some of the famous Irish luck.
As reported by Closer Weekly, in 2013, the Duchess celebrated the holiday while pregnant with Prince George. Two years later, she was in the third trimester of her pregnancy with Princess Charlotte.
The future mother-of-three has been quite busy as of late despite the fact that she is carrying a child. Middleton attended several events in the past few months, including the Royal Foundation Forum.
She opened up about the importance of raising awareness for mental health and confessed that the work she has developed in that area over the years had a profound and emotional impact on who she was, especially as a mother.