Vivid and short green dress of Kate Middleton that showed off her stunning legs
She is only a few weeks away from giving birth to her third child, yet she had one of the busiest schedules.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended a symposium at the Royal Society of Medicine in London on March 21, 2018. It was touted as her penultimate royal engagement ahead of her maternity leave.
Duchess Kate attended a symposium of leading academics and charities that encourage early intervention into the lives of children, reported Daily Mail.
The soon-to-be mother sported a green coat dress over a mint gown. She teamed it up with her favorite blush suede heels.
Prince William’s wife seems to have taken inspiration from his great-grandmother. Queen Elizabeth had worn a remarkably similar ensemble when she watched polo at Windsor in 1973.
This was one of Kate’s final public outings before her maternity leave. Her last appearance was on March 22, when she and Prince William were at a SportsAid event.
A day earlier, William confessed that his wife was due to give birth “any minute now.” The Duke said that his third child will be sooner rather than later.
Kate has had a busy year so far after starting the year being five months pregnant. She seems to be determined to keep working as close to her due date as possible.
In the meeting, she said that the teenagers need to be “child-ready” even before having children. She also insisted on the next generation being taught parenting as a way to avoid the danger of their future children developing mental problems.
Kate went on to say that she was in the process of setting up a group that would study perspectives on how to provide children with the best start in their life.
There is a plan to create partnerships between experts and organizations to study issues as perinatal, maternal, and infant mental health.
She added that she felt “passionately about the importance of early intervention,” and she believes that by working on new approaches together, they will be able to make a real difference for generations to come.