The Duchess of Cambridge stunned the waiting public outside the Reach Academy Feltham in London on Wednesday, as she carried out her first official engagement of the year. The school is working with Place2Be – of which the Duchess is a patron. The pregnant royal looked incredible as she greeted the crowd, bracing the cold in a navy coat by Hobbs and navy Jimmy Choo high heels. Underneath Kate's beautful coat she wore the 'Florrie' floral print dress by Seraphine which she wore when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte in 2015. The stunning outfit showcased her typically classic style and expertly skimmed and flattered her neat baby bump. Kate's rich brunette locks were coiffed and curled in a voluminous style, and she sported a flawless base that was perfected with natural foundation, nude lipstick and neutral eye make-up.
Duchess Kate dazzles in navy Hobbs coat
The Duchess has successfully showcased her pregnancy curves in a variety of dazzling outfits - including her most recent ensemble, a checked tartan coat by high end designer Miu Miu which she teamed with a faux fur hat on Christmas Day, as she attended the festive church service in Sandringham with her husband Prince William, brother-in-law Prince Harry and his new fiancée Meghan Markle.
The pregnant royal teamed the look with navy heels
During her visit to the school, the mother of Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two, spoke to the staff at the nursery department, and to parents who have benefitted from the school's incredible parenting support. She took a brief tour of the school and joined in with a discussion with the Place2Be staff and also a selection of secondary school pupils on a variety of topics, including emotional well-being and LGBT groups. Kate has been a patron for Place2Be since 2013 and has raised awareness for the charity which specialises in being a leading children's mental health organisation which provides in-school support and training to improve emotional well-being of pupils, families, teachers and school staff. The charity works with more than 280 primary and secondary schools across England, Scotland and Wales.