Pregnant Kate Middleton and Queen Mark London Underground 150th Anniversary in a fashionable outing
Duchess of Cambridge dresses up her baby bump in teal Malene Birger suit as she steps out with Her Majesty on trip to Baker Street tube.
Pregnant Kate Middleton continued to showcase her serious maternity style as she accompanied the Queen on an official royal outing this morning.
The Duchess of Cambridge swapped high street for designer as she arrived at Baker Street Tube Station to mark the 150th anniversary of the London Underground, opting for a chic Malene Birger teal flared coat.
Keeping her hands protectively over her growing baby bump, Kate was bang-on-trend in the flared-hem creation – which featured a round neck and black velvet trim.
Accompanying the Queen, who has just recovered from a nasty bout of gastroenteritis, Prince William’s wife teamed her look with black opaques and courts, with a black beret-style hat and feather detailing acting as her main accessory.
Meanwhile, Her Majesty made her first official public outing since her illness in a classic skirt suit and coat in a textured cream material with gem embellishments.
Emerging from the station, (there’s a sentence we never thought we’d say), the Queen’s outfit was teamed with a wide-brimmed hat and feather appliqué, with buckle court shoes.
The two royals made for a fashionable pair as they met with officials outside Baker Street tube station, but naturally all eyes were on Kate and any sign of her growing bump.
Kate has maintained her typical style prowess throughout her pregnancy, opting for a mix of designer and high street labels for her maternity wear.
Yesterday she wowed in a Topshop shift with Peter Pan collar on a visit to a child bereavement centre, earning fashy points with royal fans for once again plumping for British design talent.
Culled from Yahoo News