A pregnant Kate Middleton looked stunning at Westminster Abbey attending a service to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation. The 31-year-old Duchess of Cambridge opted for a peach coloured Jenny Packham dress and coat, with LK Bennett nude court shoes and a box clutch. The mother-to-be, well-known for recycling her outfits, wore a hat by Jane Taylor - the same one which she wore last year at Jubilee Service of Thanksgiving. She wore her hair in a partial up do.
"This timeless style shows off Kate's beautifully healthy hair. She really does have that pregnancy glow," celebrity hairdresser Charles Worthington said of her hairstyle.
Kate Middleton, who is expecting her first child with Prince William in July, will be taking a break from royal duties starting 13 June, after she attends the naming ceremony of a new cruise ship in Southampton.
"Kate has really enjoyed her job and wanted to work as close to the birth date as possible," a royal source said, "The cruise ship christening on June 13 will be her last official solo engagement."
"She takes her royal role very seriously and is looking forward to taking up her duties when her maternity leave has finished," the insider added.
Meanwhile, the Duchess will reportedly become the first member of the British royal family to have an official baby shower.
"It isn't royal tradition but Kate isn't a traditional royal. She is modern and wants a modern life," the source explained, "A baby shower wouldn't normally happen if you're in the Royal Family, but there is now a modern way of thinking."