Pink lady! Duchess Kate looks stunning in Mulberry on Coventry visit

The pregnant royal looks incredible in pink coat

Laura Sutcliffe

The Duchess of Cambridge stunned the crowds in Coventry on Tuesday as she carried out her second official engagement of the year. Kate began her day at Coventry Cathedral, where she enjoyed a short tour of the ruins of the original building and met with members of the local community. Duchess Kate braved the cold in an extremely stylish outfit which consisted of a bright pink coat by Mulberry which skimmed her neat baby bump and made the most of her lean curves. Kate has worn this coat before in March 2015 when she was pregnant with Princess CharlotteShe finished the look with black tights, shoes and a simple clutch bag. The pregnant royal, who is due in April, looked flawless as she greeted the staff, with her brunette locks styled to perfection. Her natural beauty was enhanced with barely-there make-up, including foundation, nude lipstick and brown eye make-up.

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Duchess Kate stunned in the pink statement coat by Mulberry

The Duchess has mastered the art of maternity wear, dressing her pregnancy curves in a number of enviable outfits and fabulous coats. When she visited Reach Academy in Feltham on 10 January, the mother of Prince George and Princess Charlotte opted for a navy coat from mid-range label Hobbs, which she had worn previously. And on Christmas Day, Kate wowed fashion lovers all over the world when she cosied up in a checked tartan coat by high end designer Miu Miu, which she teamed with a faux fur hat as she attended the festive service in Sandringham with her husband Prince William, brother-in-law Prince Harry and his new fiancée Meghan Markle.

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William and Kate were interested to see the new cathedral which was completed in 1962. The royal couple heard about the history of the Cathedral before taking part in the Coventry Litany of Reconciliation. The Duke and Duchess will meet members of the choir before having a cup of tea with staff and volunteers at the Rising Café - a social enterprise which is aimed at providing work and opportunity for those overcoming drug and alcohol addictions.

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