The Duchess showed a hint of a baby bump while at a royal engagement with Prince William today
Since announcing her baby news last month, Kate has kept out of the limelight while struggling with a pregnancy side effect, a severe type of sickness called Hyperemesis Gravidarum.
But just moments ago, the Duchess was photographed looking fragile but happy while welcoming the President of the Republic of Singapore.
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With Prince William by her side, Kate looked streamlined and stylish in a grey coat dress, which showed a tiny bump, and matching hat. The Duchess wore her famous locks tied back in a loose ponytail and subtle pearl earrings.
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Kensington Palace announced yesterday that the Duke and Duchess are expecting their second child in April – but we don’t yet know whether Prince George is having a baby brother or sister.
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We’re glad Kate’s feeling better and will keep our eyes peeled for more snapshots of the stylish royal.
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