Kate Middleton and husband Prince William are pregnant with their third child, with Kensington Palace announcing The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s amazing baby news.
The Duchess Of Cambridge – mother to Princess Charlotte and Prince George – has been showing off her best maternity fashion choices during her third pregnancy with maternity coats and dresses from designers such as Temperley London and Goat.
Most recently, Prince Harry’s sister in law stepped out in a cream Goat coat for an engagement for Family Action at the Hornsey Rd Children’s Centre, a maternity outfit popular with Kate Middleton.
From her maternity style, to her favourite designers to recycling previous looks, take a look inside Kate Middleton’s smartly crafted maternity fashion.
Known for recycling her outfits even when not pregnant, Kate has turned to one of her favourite maternity tricks – re-styling old looks.
The Duchess’ most recent outfit was a cream button down Goat coat in a stunning A-line shape.
Pregnant Kate Middleton attends the Remembrance Sunday ceremony in a subtle black outfit [Getty]
Prince William’s pregnant wife wore this coat first back in 2013 when she was pregnant with her first child, Prince George.
While the 35 year old mum of two has been known to spend a lot on her current maternity wardrobe, the brunette beauty has been smart with this maternity coat.
Kate also repeated a maternity piece earlier this month as she wore a £760 Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini blue blazer for the graduation ceremony of more than 150 Coach Core apprentices at West Ham United’s London Stadium.
Earlier in 2017, the beauty wore the red version of the blazer as she took part in a training exercise during a visit to the RAF Air Cadets at RAF Wittering.
One of Kate’s favourite pregnancy looks is a maternity coat, which the beauty has been spotted in several times throughout all her pregnancies.
During both pregnancies with Prince George and Princess Charlotte, Kate Middleton favoured colourful coats, which kept her baby bump quite hidden.
Through her pregnancies with George and Charlotte, a lot of Kate Middleton’s dress choices included fitted items with a waist band just above her blossoming baby bump, showing off her pregnancy figure.
And her third pregnancy has seen a return of the fitted maternity dress, with Catherine stepping out in a collection of stylish gowns for events.
Making her baby bump debut this year, Kate attended Buckingham Palace with husband Prince William for World Mental Health Day wearing a stunning blue lace dress by Temperley London.
Kate’s second outing was a surprise as the brunette beauty attended a charity forum event at Paddington train station, again with Prince William at her side.
The Duchess opted for a less expensive look, a pink dress from Orla Kiely, costing only £139, which showed off her growing bump with a black band sitting above her stomach.
While some expecting parents display the sex of their babies in the colours they wear, it appears Kate did not let het pregnancy change her choices a lot.
Famous for dressing in bright colours on occasions, during all three pregnancies, Kate has worn a combination of brightly coloured dresses and coats as well as some other more simple ensembles.
However, it has been noticed that in her last appearance before giving birth to Princess Charlotte – who’s sex was not known to the public at the time – Kate stepped out in a bright pink fuchsia coat, potentially dropping some hints on the gender of their child.
During her third pregnancy, Kate has been flicking between pink and blue shades, keeping the public guessing on the sex of the baby.
To see all of Kate’s maternity looks from this pregnancy, click here.