On the morning of 23 April 2018. the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their third baby! And now the time has come to look at what Kate Middleton chose to wear as she proudly displayed her third child to the world. Since some of the Duchess' most radiant style moments have been on the steps of the Lindo Wing, we're looking back at Kate's previous hospital outfits.
For the arrival of the third baby, the Duchess of Cambridge opted for a beautiful red dress with a pair of nude court shoes. The patriotic dress - which fits perfectly with it being St. George's Day - has a Peter Pan collar with lace detailing. Kate opted for Jenny Packham yet again - making it a hat trick for the popular fashion designer.
Kate and William introduce their new baby boy to the public
There are a few similarities between ALL of her post-baby looks. The fact that Kate chose Jenny Packham dresses each time, and teamed the frocks with nude shoes. As well, the hem line fell just above the knee each time. The difference with Kate's latest dress is a longer sleeve length - but that might have something to do with the weather in London dropping today.
As per usual, Kate's hair was preened to perfection and her makeup looked on point.
What Kate wore to introduce Prince George to the public
After welcoming her first-born Prince George on 23 July 2013, Kate wore a pretty blue polka dot dress by Jenny Packham to show the little Prince to the crowds. Looking happy and glowing, she teamed the look with nude wedges and her signature bouncy blow-dry, which at the time featured golden blonde highlights. The new mum was admired by women all over the world by showing the beauty of a healthy post-birth body, choosing, quite rightfully, not to try to hide her remaining bump.
What Kate wore to introduce Princess Charlotte to the public
There's certainly been a theme with Kate's hospital outfits thus far, as she chose to wear Jenny Packham again when she and William introduced a baby Princess Charlotte to royal-watchers outside the Lindo Wing in May 2015. Opting for a spring yellow design this time around, the midi-length shift dress was again loose-fitting and elegant - she teamed it with a pair of nude heels.
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