Kate Middleton, 36, who is seven and a half months pregnant with her third child, showed off her baby bump in a royal blue dress and matching coat.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore the outfit for a public appearance at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London.
Her coat was collarless and had a white piping design around the lapels and the cuffs.
It also had buttons along the front and on the cuffs, which gave it a slightly military like appearance.
The coat was cropped above the knee, showing off the Duchess’ bare legs – a brave choice in London’s sub zero temperatures today.
Underneath she wore a waisted royal blue dress with a loose, floaty material which rested atop of her bump.
The high necked blue dress was the same length as the coat, finishing just above Kate’s knees.
She looked relaxed and happy in her leg bearing outfit, braving the winter chill as she walked outside.
She wore navy blue heels in a classic almond toed style to complete the all-blue look, and held a navy clutch in one hand.
Jewellery wise, she paired the look with matching diamond and sapphire jewellery consisting of a pendant necklace and stud earrings.
Her face was lightly tanned, and her glow was enhanced with a light blush on the apples of her cheeks.
Kate’s hair looked thick and full of body, and it was blow dried in loose waves which bounced as she walked.
Kate Middleton’s wore a green coat in Sunderland during an outing last Wednesday, at the Fire Station Arts Centre.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out for an outing in Sunderland today, For the event, she wore a forest green military style coat which covered her baby bump.
Her stylish coat was covered in silver buttons which elongated her body and detracted from her bump.
She paired the knee length coat with black tights and black suede Tods pumps with high block heel.