Glowing Kate Middleton steps out for last engagement before maternity leave

Mar 24, 2018, 12:35
Glowing Kate Middleton steps out for last engagement before maternity leave

They went to a community cafe in Clerkenwell, east London after spending time at the Copper Box Arena at the Olympic Park in order to help volunteers and locals put the finishing touches to a meal, which is being prepared for 2018 Commonwealth Big Lunch.

The duchess, who wore a cream coat by Goat and a patterned top by Hobbs, is due to have her third child next month.

Commonwealth Big Lunches are part of the official celebrations leading up to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) being staged in London and Windsor Castle next month.

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GETTYThe Duke and Duchess had their first official engagement with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Both Middleton's vibrant green coat and slightly darker shift dress were made by Jenny Packham, her noted favorite designer, and her heels were from Jimmy Choo, Yahoo Style reports.

So, Prince George and Princess Charlotte's Spanish nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo will take charge of the new arrival and be responsible for helping Prince William and Kate look after their three children.

Turning to an interpreter, she continued: "I was just saying how I really enjoy making pizza dough with George and Charlotte because they like getting their hands messy".

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The Duchess of Cambridge has today [Thursday 22 March] attended her last public events before starting maternity leave ahead of the birth of her third child with Prince William.

Earlier in the week, Prince William told Beatles hero Ring0 Starr during his Knighting ceremony he believed his wife might pop "any minute now", Hello!

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The curiosity around the royal couple began when they declared their engagement.

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For the event, the Duchess of Cambridge dressed in a brand-new maternity outfit, not to mention a brand-new color scheme.

We'll be watching it with an eagle eye! Or so we thought, until William hinted that the little prince or princess might arrive even sooner!

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