Kate Middleton’s Flattering Pregnancy Style for Royal Baby No. 3
Whether she’s traveling internationally or taking care of her royal duties in London, Kate Middleton is always dressed to the nines. And her pregnancy style is no different.
While she was pregnant with her third child, the duchess pulled out all the stops when styling her baby bump for royal tours, events, and other official engagements.
Ahead, we share her most flattering maternity looks for royal baby No. 3.
1. Emerald ball gown
Between her crown jewels and emerald green ball gown, Kate looked absolutely stunning at the 2018 EE British Academy Film Awards.
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2. Royal blue coat
We are forever jealous of Kate’s coat collection, and this royal blue peacoat is no exception. We love how she paired it with teardrop sapphire earrings and a swipe of blue eyeliner.
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3. Dolce and Gabbana peacoat
One of our favorite things about Kate’s pregnancy style is how she wears non-maternity pieces. Case in point: The Dolce and Gabbana coat she wore while on a royal tour of Norway. We love the double-breasted detail!
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4. Alexander McQueen gown
Perhaps one of her most stunning looks yet, the whimsical Alexander McQueen gown she wore to an official dinner at the Royal Palace in Oslo makes her look like a fairy princess.
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5. Fur accessories
In addition to coats, Kate rocked a lot of stylish accessories throughout her third pregnancy. Case in point: The chocolate brown fur accessories she sported during her royal tour of Sweden and Norway.
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6. Maternity dress
Kate is known for wearing affordable pieces from time to time, and her pregnancy style is no exception. The blue lace dress she wore to lunch at the Royal Palace in Oslo is by Seraphine.
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7. Red houndstooth coat
Despite a growing baby bump, Kate wasn’t afraid to rock bold patterns during her third pregnancy. We love the Catherine Walker red houndstooth coat she wore while on a royal tour of Sweden and Norway.
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8. Tweed dress
Upon removing her red houndstooth coat, Kate revealed an even more flattering ensemble. Her tweed Alexander McQueen dress featured a flattering empire waistline — perfect for showing off her baby bump.
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9. Bohemian dress
While we’re not used to seeing Kate in a bohemian style, we certainly love the change. The blue velvet midi-frock by Erdem features a high neckline, trendy bell sleeves, a gorgeous floral print, and flattering empire waistline.
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10. Hockey uniform
We love it when Kate dresses down, and the outfit she wore to a Bandy hockey match in Sweden is no exception. The duchess’ casual look was perfect for the occasion.
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11. Silk dress
Kate switched up her personal style quite a bit throughout the pregnancy. In addition to her blue velvet dress, the duchess dazzled in another Bohemian Erdem dress for a black-tie dinner in Stockholm.
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12. Emerald coat with fur accessories
It’s no secret Kate loves emerald green — and her pregnancy style is no different. We love how she paired her green Catherine Walker coat with a black fur collar, gloves, and hat.
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13. Floral scarf
In true Kate Middleton fashion, the duchess wore a cerulean blue coat with matching shoes and a blue floral neck scarf to visit Roe Green Junior School in London. Monochromatic looks are common in Kate’s outfit choices and her maternity looks are no different.
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14. Tennis athleisure
By royal family standards, casual dress is not typically allowed. That said, depending on the circumstances, the rules can be broken. And Kate took full advantage of this possibility while visiting the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative. The duchess — who is athletic herself — wore black track pants with a white windbreaker and white sneakers.
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15. Navy blue felt hat
While the duchess has been spotted in many fascinators and sun hats, we don’t typically see her in felt hats like the one she wore to the Grenfell Tower national memorial service at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Like many of her outfit choices, Kate paired the navy blue hat with a matching peacoat, gloves, tights, heels, and purse for the ultimate monochromatic look.
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