Although she has a month to go until she gives birth she looked better than ever in a pretty peach bespoke Jenny Packham ensemble — doesn’t she look amazing in her maternity outfit?
Kate Middleton was pretty in peach when she stepped out looking flawless for the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation at Westminster Abbey on June 4. The Duchess looked divine, unveiling a new maternity look for the occasion — and this time she selected a bespoke Jenny Packham dress and matching coat. The empire waist of the frock kept Kate’s eight month baby bump concealed.
Kate Middleton At Queen’s Coronation In A Maternity Dress:
The pregnant Duchess still managed to slip into her favorite pair of pumps, nude patent LK Bennett shoes, which complimented her ensemble to a tee. A pillbox Jane Taylor hat, (which retails for a whopping $1,391), finished off the flawless ensemble. Kate was all smiles when she stepped out in the amazing maternity look. There’s no denying the fact that she always dresses so appropriate and chic, and her latest look was clearly no exception.
Kate Middleton’s Jenny Packham Maternity Dress:
The dress, which was made of delicate lace, featured silver grey ribbon detailing while the jacket was made of a soft peach silk. Statement earrings offset the ensemble nicely, which were reportedly given to Kate as a wedding gift from Prince Charles. Kate was accompanied by her hubby for the joyous occasion, who looked dapper in a suit.
While Kate debuted a brand new dress the ‘Royal recycler’ didn’t let us down! Aside from relying on her fave pair of pumps she also re-wore her pillbox hat, which we first saw back in June 2012 when Kate attended a lunch at Westminster Hall in honor of the Queen’s Jubilee.
It comes as no surprise that Kate turned to designer Jenny Packham for her maternity look — after all, Kate has always been a big fan of the designer, and Jenny loves working with the stylish Duchess!
What do you think of Kate’s latest look? Isn’t it fantastic?