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Pregnant Duchess Kate flaunts her significantly grown baby bump during Easter service

Cheryl Kahla
Apr 02, 2018
07:37 A.M.
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The British Royal Family celebrated Easter over the weekend. Kate Middleton and Prince William attended church services with the Queen.

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Kate looked gorgeous and showed off her baby bump in a dark brown jacket, while the Queen settled for a pink floral dress with matching pink coat and hat. 

As reported by Closer Weekly, the April 1 outing most likely marks Kate's last public appearance before baby number three arrives later this month. 

The baby is expected to make his arrival on April 23, 2018, however, Prince George and Princess Charlotte were born a few days later than estimated. 

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If that is the case again with her third pregnancy, then baby number three might arrive on April 29, 2018, which is also Prince Williams and Kate's seventh wedding anniversary. 

The Duke and Duchess were late for the church service at St. George's Chapel due to slow traffic around Windsor. 

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While Closer Weekly describes it as being 'fashionably late,' the couple was in breach of protocol by arriving at a public event after the Queen. 

According to the regal rules, guests should always arrive before the Queen. Nevertheless, both Prince William and Kate were in high spirits, despite being late.

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Prince Philip didn't attend the services due to health-related issues, while Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles spent the Easter weekend in Scotland as per their tradition. 

Prince Harry and his bride-to-be, Meghan Markle, also didn't attend the service. According to a source close to the family, the young couple had 'private plans.'

They will exchange vows on May 19, 2018, at St. George's Chapel. On that day, Prince Harry will most likely receive the peerage of Duke of Sussex. 

As reported by Telegraph, Markle will become the first Duchess of Sussex when she becomes Prince Harry's wife. 

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