Duchess Kate Makes Second To Final Appearance Before Birth In An Old High Street Favourite

Duchess Kate Makes Second To Final Appearance Before Birth In An Old High Street Favourite

The Duchess of Cambridge, or Kate Middleton as we still fondly know her, made her second to final appearance before giving birth to her second baby today.

The Duchess, who was embracing the sunshine with her hair scooped up in a ponytail, famously wore the coat during a cruise-naming ceremony in Southampton in June 2013, when she was also eight months pregnant – this time with her firstborn Prince George.

The day was perfectly suited to creative Kate, who is passionate about art and holds a degree in history of art from St Andrews University, the same institution where she met Prince William.

Her first stop was at one of the UK’s leading art galleries the Turner Contemporary. The museum had closed for the morning to welcome the Duchess on her private visit.

Flashing her winning smile, Kate, 33, waved at members of the public who had waited outside the museum behind barriers, eager to catch a glimpse of the royal. Some well-wishers held up Union Jack flags, while others had their smartphones out, ready to snap photos of the royal.