Kate Middleton and Prince William are expecting their third child, with a due date of April 2018, which is just before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding in May 2018.
Kate – who has just celebrated turning 36 years of age – has finally given into maternity wear and recycled a dress she wore while pregnant with Princess Charlotte.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked stunning in the blue and green tight-fitting number, which is from Seraphine Maternity, as she visited school children.
It’s called the Florrie Dress and despite Kate purchasing it in 2015 when she was expecting Charlotte, it’s still available.
The Seraphine Florrie Floral Print Maternity Dress costs £65.00 and is still available in all sizes.
It features soft woven fabric, a curved empire line and stylish cropped sleeves and comes in 6 – 16.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrives at the Reach Academy Feltham – a school working in partnership with Place2Be and other organisations [Getty]
And if you’re interested in buying the cute number, Seraphine advise ordering your pre-pregnancy size for ultimate fit and comfort.
Kate also recycled a pair of blue suede heels she wore to the Grenfell Tower National Memorial Service.
The mum of two seems adamant not give up the heels after her towering stilettoes worried fans at the Royal Variety Performance.
Prince George’s mum finished off the look with the Gianna Coat from Hobbs London, which has since sold out.