It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for! The Duchess of Cambridge has announced her next series of public appearances, so we can finally plan on seeing her baby bump in all its royal glory! Keep reading for more details.
It has felt like an eternity since we last properly saw Kate Middleton in public — it was before Christmas! So thank heavens for this announcement — the wait to see the pregnant Duchess will finally be over on Feb. 19.
Kate Middleton’s Public Appearance Plans
Kate will visit an addiction treatment center run by Action on Addiction — a charity Kate contributes to — in southwest London. After stopping by the rehab center, Kate will again have some more down time — her next public appearance is a “royal day away” in Grimsby, Lincolnshire on Mar. 5.
While at the addiction center though, Kate will meet the center’s patients and staff, as well as sit in on a counseling session. Good for you, Kate — halfway through your pregnancy and you’re still stepping out and helping others from the bottom of your heart!
The Infamous Mustique Swimsuit Shots
Kate’s public appearance on Feb. 19 will be the first time we get a glimpse of her since photos of her beach vacation with Prince William were published in several magazines around the world. The photos showed Kate in a bikini swimsuit, looking great and sporting a small baby bump in Mustique, a Caribbean island.
The beach photos also showed Kate and William PDA’ing quite a bit, looking totally in love. St. James’ Palace protested the published photographs, calling them “a clear breach of the couple’s right to privacy.” But we say they’re just pictures of a beautiful woman and a handsome man, happily pregnant and happily married — nothing to be ashamed of there!
HollywoodLifers, are you excited to see Kate in public again? Let us know!
— Andrew Gruttadaro
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