Duchess Kate shows off her stunning legs in a very vivid and short green dress
It is often said that women are stronger than men. One of the aspects that prove that allegation right is that most of them have to work while pregnant.
Duchess Kate is not the exception and only a few weeks away from welcoming her third child, she attended a symposium at the Royal Society of Medicine in London of leading academics and charities that urge early intervention into the lives of children.
As Daily Mail reported, she wore a green coat dress over a mint gown teamed with her blush suede heels. Everything suggests that she got the inspiration from an outfit the Queen wore in 1973.
The same source pointed out that the aforementioned meeting was the penultimate Kate will do before she goes on maternity leave. The last one will take place on March 22, as she and Prince William will be at a SportsAid event.
On March 20, 2018, William confessed his wife was due to give birth ‘any minute now’ and that his baby will be welcomed sooner rather than later, a fact that overwhelmed many people.
Despite the fact that Kate began the year being 5 months pregnant, she has had the busiest schedule yet. One of the most shocking aspects of all is that she is determined to keep working as close to her due date as possible.
During the symposium, she said the next generation of parents should be ‘child-ready’ even before having children and that they should be taught parenting as a way to avoid the danger of their future children developing mental problems.
She revealed that she was setting up a group that will study how to provide children with the best start in life. The plan is to create partnerships between experts and organizations to study issues as perinatal, maternal, and infant mental health.
‘I really do feel passionately about the importance of early intervention, and that by working on new approaches together, we can make a real difference for generations to come.'
Duchess Kate Middleton, Daily Mail, March 21, 2018.